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METHUEN 

HIGH 
SCHOOL 

Class 

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1980 



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ARTHUR NICHOLSON III 
Assistant Principal 



KENNETH DOLLOFF 
Principal 





SHEILA CUNNINGHAM 
Dean of Girls 






ALBERT FRANCIS 
Dean of Boys 



DAVID CLAYMAN 
Director of Computer Services 






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SHERYL ALLEN 
Physical Education 



JOSEPH AUSTIN 
Math 



ALTON BAILEY 
Guidance Department Head 



CAROL BAILEY 
Physical Education 



GARY BANKS 
Guidance 




LISA BELL 
Science 



MARY VISCOSI 
School Nurse 



IRENE BOISVERT 
Foreign Languages 



PATRICIA BORUCKI 
Business 



PAUL BOURQUE 
Science 




BARBARA BROWN 
Guidance 



JEAN CARRIER 
Math 



JOSEPH CARUSO 
Foreign Languages 



MARIE CARUSO 
Math 



PATRICIA CONROY 
English 




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PAUL CONSTANTINEAU 
Industrial Arts 



JOYCE CONTARINO 
English 



ELAINE CRANE 
English 



JOHN CROWDER 
Industrial Arts 



WILLIAM CULLEN 
Guidance 




PAULCUOCO 
Industrial Arts 



RICHARD CZARNEC 
Industrial Arts 



ADELE DEMERS 
Guidance 



ALFRED DeSTEFANO 
Social Studies 



DOREEN DEVINE 
Math 




MARIA DiDIO 
Social Studies 



MARY DINAN 
English 



JACQUELINE DIRSA 
Math 



DANIEL DODSON 
Social Studies 



WILLIAM DONLON 
Social Studies 





CAROL DuFRESNE 
Foreign Languages 



SHARYN DURHAM 
Art 



ANNE ECKMAN 
Math 



BARBARA FIORELLO 
Art Department Head 



JOSEPH FORSEZE 
Science 




KATHLEEN FOX 
Science 



ROBERT FRADETTE 
Math Department Head 



ROGER FULLER 
Science 



GERARD GAGNE 
Foreign Lang. Dept. Head 



MAUREEN GENAKOS 
Math 



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KATHERINE GREENE 
Business 




SHAUN GURRY 
English 



LYNN GUINON 
Resource Room 



DENISE HALL 
Home Economics 



DOUGLAS HALLBAUER 
Enalish 




JOHN HEGGARTY 
English 



DANIEL HERLIHY 
English 



LILLIAN HERSHFIELD 
English Department Head 



JUDITH HILLER 
Math 



SANDRA HODGE 
Math 








SHIRLEY HOVANASIAN MICHAEL HUGHES DAVID ISADORE 

Drama Department Head Social Studies Department Head Music Director 



THOMAS JENNINGS 
English 



ALFRED JONES 
English 




KAREN KATTER 
Foreign Languages 



EDWARD KELLEY 
Industrial Arts 



MILDRED KERN 
Home Ec. Dept. Head 



ELAINE KEVGAS 
English 



LAURENCE KLIMAS 
Phys. Ed. Dept. Head 




ANNE MARIE KRUSELL 
English 



RUTH LANGE 
Business Department Head 



MILTON LEBOWITZ 
Social Studies 



LEONIE LONGSHORE 
English 



ELAINE LOSTIMOLO 
Foreign Languages 




PATRICIA LYONS 
Media 



DEBRA MARTINO 
Math 



PETER MAZZAGLIA 
Science 



JAMES McDERMOTT 
Physical Education 



SUSAN McGRATH 
Math 




JANET McLENNAN 
Guidance 



ANDREW MELNICKI 
English 



FRANCIS MOLESSO 
Physical Education 



JOHN MOORE 
Science 



PAT MOSER 
Media 




DANIEL MOYNIHAN 
Science 



JOHN NIGRELLI 
Social Studies 



SUSAN NITTO 
Business 



PAUL NOISEUX 
Science 



JUDY PARADIS 
Reading 




ED PAROLISI 
Social Studies 



RAYMOND PILAT 
Distributive Education Head 



KATHERINE QUICK 
Guidance 



MARY ELLEN RANCOURT 
Home Economics 



GERRY RIGBY 
Social Studies 




JOSEPH ROBILLARD 
Physical Education 



ROBERT ROSMARINO 
Social Studies 



WILLIAM RUSSELL 
Science Department Head 



PETER SALEMI 
Science 



LARRY SALMANSOHN 
Social Studies 




ANTHONY SANDERSON 
Guidance 



JAMES SHAMBERGER 
Industrial Arts 



JOHN SIEG 
Math 



DONALD SMITH 
Social Studies 



ELIZABETH SMITH 
Social Studies 





JENNIFER SMITH 
English 



MICHAEL SORTER 
Physical Education 



MARILYN STELLA 
Art 



CLAIRE St. PIERRE 
Business 



AILEEN SWIDER 
Home Economics 



MAUREEN TROIANELLO 

Math 



BRIAN URQUHART 
Health 



KATHLEEN VANHORN 
Foreign Languages 



SUSAN WAGNER 
Art 



PATRICIA WALSH 
Business 




ANNE MARIE FIORILLA 
English 



LINDA MALLEN 
English 



MICHAEL ANGELARI 
Social Studies 



GAIL ROUSSEAU 
English 



KENNETH PALM 
Physical Education 




KAREN BERGERON 
Physical Education 



MARGARET STEELE 
Business 



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JEFF AGNEW 
"Jag" 

Varsity Soccer, Boseball, Track, Music, Electronics, 
Auto Mechanic. 

My ombition is to finish college with an Associotes in 
Civil or Electrical Engineering and to have a happy fam- 
ily life and to stay always healthy. To always stay in 
touch with my good friends. 



SHEILA ALBERT 
"M & M" (Motor Mouth) 

To be with my friends and to hove a good time. My 
ombition is to start a career in computers and to get 
married. 




DEBORAH ANDERSON LISA M. ANZALDI 

"Debbie" "Lis" 

My ambition is to hove o healthy hoppy life and to My ambition is to get married have six kids and move 

always keep in touch with my friends. as far awoy from here as possible. 




RICHARD W. APPLEYARD 
"Rich, Apple" 

Gymnastics, Flirting, Driving my Maverick, going to 

Proms. 

My ambition is to achieve my goals in Advertising and 

to enjoy life to its fullest. Also to remember my friends 

from High School. 




NICHOLAS ARDIZZONE 



Cathy and Friends 




STEPHEN L. ARNOLD SCOTT P. AUBREY CHRISTOPHER AUGERI RICHARD AVEDISIAN JR. 

"Ziff" "A vbs" "Cris" "EB" "Ebbedesh" 

Freshman Football, Varsity Wrestling, Beach Days, Hockey — My ambition is to achieve all of my set go- Baseball, Soccer — My ambition is to finish College. Football, — My ambition is to set reolistic goals in life 



Girls!! 

My ambition is to be successful in life and to hove a 

good Truck Driving career. 



and have the gools fulfilled. 



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RENEE BAILLARGEON 
"Na Na" 

My ambition is to move to Florida and become an ac- 
tress and to move far away from the school and the 
teachers — hoping I'll never see them again. 



RONALD J. BAILLARGEON 



ANDREW BAKER 
"BAKES", "Snakes" 

Football (Quad Capt), Hockey, Track, Senior Class 
Play, Yearbook, Yachting Club. 

My ambition is to ensure world peace and domestic 
tranquility. Seriously, to do something productive with 
my life. 



HELEN D. BALOGH 

Partying — My ambition is to start a career in my work 
and be successful in life and be happy in what I am 
doing. 




ELLEN M. BARANOWSKI 
"El" 

VC-Treasurer, Powder-Puff Football 

My ambition is to marry a rich Lawyer and have a 

Maid. 



'Did you call me a spaceshot?" 




JOSEPH B. BASSO 



BRIAN J. BATTAGLIA 
"TTAGS" 

Soccer, Track, and the Senior Class Play — My ambi- 
tion is to survive through college and achieve a suc- 
cessful career in Law Enforcement. 



THOMAS BEAULiEU 
"Tom" 

Cross-country-Copt , Winter Trock, Spring Track, Se- 
nior Council, Civil Defense Drills — My ambition is to 
ochieve my Goals and to have o Fun, Healthy, and 
Long life. 



KEVIN D BELL 
"K BELL" 

Yeorbook Staff, Yearbook Photographer, Photography 
Club. — My ombition is to become an Accountant ond 
leod o successful life. 



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RHONDA M. BENEDICT 
"Honda" 

Partying — To live a happy and successful life. 



LYNNE MARIE BERNARD 
"Lynnie" 

Homeroom Representee, Library Aid — To do what 
becomes a chollenge in life. 



GINA BERTHIAUME 

Senior Fund Raiser, Senior Class Ploy, Powder-Puff 
Football, L.O.O.S.E., visiting Cape Cod, Bloodmobile, 
Equation Porties — To make myself and as many peo- 
ple as I con happy, by going ALL OUT. 



STEVEN BIBEAU 





SUSAN BOLIS 
"Sue" 

Drinking, Smoking — To get out of M.H.S and have o 
excellent life ond keep portying through the yeor. — To 
keep in touch with all my friends. 



Boy, what a hunk! 




ANTHONY JOHN BONANNO CHARLES EDWARD BONANNO II 

"Banana (Chaquita)" "Chuckie B" 

Soccer, Baseball — To graduate, and I hope to get a Four-years Winter and Spring Track, Three-years Soc- 
high position job in Construction. cer. One-year Football, Senior Class Play — To attend 

Culinary Art College and to become successful in the 
Family Business with my parents and to always keep in 
OQ touch with my friends. 

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MARY LOU BONFANTI 
''Lou" 

Having a good time — To be successful and live a 
happy life. 



ALEXANDER H. BONNEAU 







DEBRA A. BOOTH PAMELA BORDEN STEPHEN A. BOUCHER 

"Debbie" "Trouble" To be involved in sports. 

Hoving a good time with my friends. — To do every- Academic Internship, Media Center Staff — To serve 

thing I want to before I get married. To live for today the Lord and be a singing Evangelist — (Get Married) 
and worry about tomorrow later. 



MAUREEN E. BOURASSA 
"Moe" 

Drama Club, Publicity for Senior Class Play — Interior 
Decorator 




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VINCENZINA ANDONELLA 

BRANCHINA 

"Zina" 

To be successful in life and become a Legal Secretary. 




DEBORAH ANN BREARLEY 
"Debbie 

Fieldhockey, Basketball, Softball, Honor Society — To 
be happy and successful in all thot I will encounter. 



"Hang it up Charo!!" 




MARGARET BRESNAHAN LINDA A. BRETON TED BRISCOE KATHLEEN A. BROADHURST 

Figure Skating Club — To pursue o career in Environ- "Space" "Pigeon" "Kitty' 

mental Studies. To be Wealthy, and to live everyday to its fullest. Basketball, Bowling, Gombling — To be a college Blood Mobile Donotor — To live a happy life and be 

graduote and a Professional Gambler successful. — To someday shut Jude up. 



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DEBBIE-ANN BROCHU 
"Deb" 

My ambition is to become a Wealthy Accountant. 



PATRICIA J. BROOKS 
"Patti" 

Freshman — Winter Track, Freshman — Spring Track, 
Sophomore — Winter Track, Junior — Winter Track — 
My ambition is to someday be a C.P.A. and to always 
be happy. Also to get married and have o "close-knit" 
family. 




MICHELE M. BROWN 

Deca Club — My ambition is to become a Nurse. 



JOYAUN BROWN 




JAMES M. BUCO 
"Buck" 

Winter and Spring Track, Senior Class Treasurer, Soil- 
ing Team, T-Bird Club, Notional Honor Society — My 
ambition is to own o fleet of classic T-Birds. 



BARBARA BURNS 
"Barb" or "Bub" 

My ambition is to live as for owoy from Methuen os I 
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"Let me out of here! 





KIM M. CAIADO DEBRA A. CALABRESE ANTHONY CALDERONE 

Work Study, Beach Days — I want to get a good job "Debbie" "Tony" 

that pays alot of money. I want to make new friends Work St(jdy _ My amD ition is to be successful in Life. To Party and to Go Hunting — I want to give my best to 
and meet alot of people. anything in which I am involved in. To stay in contact 

with all my friends. 



KENNETH J. CAMPANILE 



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KIMBERLY D. CAMPBELL 
"Kim" 

Spanish Honor Society, Secretary of the Pep Club — 
My ambition is to graduate from school and college 
and have a good career and to fall asleep one day and 
never woke up. 



THOMAS CAMPOLINI 
"Campo" 

D-E. — I hope to be successful and hoppy. 



GREGG CANNAVO 
"Gregg 7 ' 

Tennis — Co-Captain, Soccer, Italian Club - 
become a Plastics Engineer. 



DANIEL CARACCIO 
"Cheo" 

I hope to Captain of Soccer Team, Captain of Basketball Team, 
Baseball, Track, Yearbook Staff, Powder Puff Cheer- 
leader, Sailing Team, Yatch Club — To graduate from 
West Point and boldly go where no man has ever gone 
before. 




The Fonz and his sidekick. 




DONNA M. CARITO 
"Barito" or "Piedelongo" 

Senate, Pep Club, Powderpuff Football, Yearbook 
Staff, Senior Council, Italian Club President and Vice 
President, Usherette — Senior Class Play, S.A.C. — To 
go beyond the forthest horizon and find my foremost 
dreams, in a rainbow of happiness that will give me the 
hope, courage, strength and success I need to en- 
deavor the rest of my tomorrow's, today 



MICHAEL J. CARNEY 



TIMOTHY CARON 

My ambition is to be successful and hoppy. 



PAUL GLENN CARUSO 

Football and Socializing — I want to enjoy being 
around all my friends. 









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ANDREW M. CARVER 



MICHELE A. CATANIA 

Captain Freshman, Sophomore and Senior Ski Team, 
Junior Cross Country, Sophomore and Junior Spring 
Track, Junior and Senior Pep Club — To travel around 
the World. 



ROANNE CATTEAU 
"RO" 

Four Years Basketball, Four Years Field Hockey, Four 
Years Softball, Senior Council, One Year French Club 
— "The true question in life is not what we gain but 
whot we do." 



SAMUEL C. CAVALLARO 




SUSAN CAVANAUGH 
"Sue" 

To become extremely wealthy and enjoy lite to its ful 
lest is my ambition. 




WAYNE L CECIL 



"That's the perfect color for the baby's room! 




JANICE M. CHALIFOUR 



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LORI-ANN CHARETTE 
"Chet" "Lori" "Space" 

Varsity X-Country, Varsity Gymnastics, J.V. Softball, 
Varsity Volleyball — Captain, Senior Class Play, Senior 
Council, Dance Company — President, Drama Club — 
Secretary, Pep Club, Powder Puff Football — My ambi- 
tion is to become successful in the field of dance, and 
travel around the World. 



LOREEN J. CHASE 



JOHN J. CHESTER 

Hiking, Canoeing 




ELIZABETH M. FOLLANSBEE 

(COLLINS) 

"Beth" 

Freshmen Cross Country, Computer Club Secretary for 
two years — To be happy and to have a home for me 
and my husband. 



DIANE M. COLLIER 
"Dl" 

To travel around the world. 



DAVID T. COLLOPY 
"Biff" and "Jed" 

Senior Class Play, Senior Council, Basketball, Soccer, 
Tri-Captain, Making Up jokes — To become a lawyer 
maybe eventually a politician. To show the so called 
politicians what a true politician should be like. 





JAMES M. CONNOLLY 

Camping, Fishing, Football, FUBAR — Find my place 
to find my own and try to wake up and start a brand 
new day. 



HENRY JOHN CONSOLI 
"Henry" 

Graphic Arts, Music — Guitar playing — Beatles Back 
Together Someday!! 



'Eating Again?" 




DEBRA CONTARINO 
"PBI" 

Majorette Captain (2,3,4), Gymnastics Team (Manag- 
er), Dance Club (2,3,4), Home Room Representative, 
Senior Council (4), Senior Class Play (Miss Hathaway), 
Dramo Club (4) — To finish my education and open my 
own dance studio To all my friends, Good Luck and I 
hope your all successful in whatever you "try" to do. 



MARIA ANN CONTARINO 
"Re" or "Break to Be" 

Track, International Club, Italian Club, Photography 
Club, Drama Club, Powder Puff Football, Senior Class 
Play, Legal Order of Sea Gulls Everywhere (LOO S.E.) 
— I would like to fly over the ocean with my fellow 
gulls!! Caw! Caw! 



CYNTHIA J. CORBITT 



MICHELLE M. COREY 
"Micky" 

Pep Club — Pack up, be on my woy hoping to 
place to stay, I hove to run ond hit the sun down in LA 



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KAREN R. COREY 
"Killer" 

Boxing ond Keeping Ms. Cunningham Company in her 
office. — My ambition is to live a good life and to 
someday get married to Dwayne. 



KAREN M. CORMIER 
"K.C." 

Drama Club — I want to be Free, and to be Me 1 



ELEANOR CRUZ CHRISTINE J. CUBELLI 

"El" My activity was DECA and — I want to be happy and 

I want to enjoy my life and to be as happy as I could to " ve ° ' on 9 "' e - 
get everything out of life like everybody should. 




BRIAN R. CYR 

Secretary of the Methuen Chapter of the National 
Honor Society, Mountain Climbing, Camping, Hiking — 
I want to someday become on Environmental Scientist. 



JOSEPH S. D'AGATA 
"Pepie" 

Bowling, Rollerskating, Weight Lifting, Swimming, 
Tennis, Motorcycle Riding, Horse Bock Riding, ond 
American Combot Judo — I wont to become o Body 
Builder, o Jeweler, ond drive o Von 



"Please I have to make a Pit Stop!! 







ANN-MARIE DALEY RONALD G. DANISEWICZ 

In this twilight of power, there is no quick path to the Ron 

light switch. Photography, Fishing — To boldly go where no man 

has gone before! 



SUSAN DAVIDSON 



SHARON A. DEARDEN 
"Shasha" 

I wont to be successful in what I do ond make enough 
money to be happy with the nice guy I have. 



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WILLIAM J. DeBENEDETTO 
"Bill" 

Basketball, Football — My ambition is to be successful 
in life, in what ever I'm doing, and, to spend the rest of 
my life with "Paula". 



MICHAEL R. DeCHANE SUSAN DeFEO DINA M. DEGREGORIO 

UeeSn bue Traveling, Ceramics, Partying, DECA — My ambition is 

X-Country — Captain, Winter Track, Spring Track, My ambition is to be o secretary, to have fun times, to to marry Rich and have kids. 
Powder Puff Cheerleader, Archaeology Club — My g e t married, 
ambition is to run the Boston Marathon and to sing a 
long with pal Slim Whittman. 




LEE ANN DEGASPE 
"Short Stuff" 

My ambition is to be happily married and to be success- 
ful. 








Father Miller 



JANET J. DELUCCA 
"Chop-Chop" 

Year Book Staff — Editor, National Honor Society, Se- 
nior Class Ploy, Softball, Basketball, Powder Puff Foot- 
ball, Methuen Korote Association, Legal Order of Sea- 
gulls Everywhere (Hi-ya Beak) My ambition is to be- 
come an Architect. We look before and after, And pine 
for what is not: Our sweetest songs are those that tell 
of saddest thought. 




CARLA RYANN DELUCIA 
"Sady" 

Troveling, Porrying, Hairdressing, Senior Class Play — 
My ambition is to accept life as a reality, no one can 
steal your dreoms. 



GLENN A. DEMERS 

Hockey for Three Years — My ombition is to live a full 
ond successful life and succeed in everything I try. 



RANDALL J. DENUCCIO 
"Jasper" 

Parking Lot, Portymg — My ambition is to become suc- 
cessful, rich and own o house, a harley, ond porsche, 
ond visit Ponoma 



WILLIAM V. DePARDO 
"Bill" 

Hockey — My ombition is to have a good life. 



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DARSHNA N. DESAI 
"Darsh" 

Chosen Delegate to the Northeastern Massachusetts 
Division of Student Councils, National and Spanish 
Honor Societies. Various Foreign Language Clubs, 
Student Senate, Yearbook Staff, "T.J.'s Class", "Zim's 
Class" and work with Tracy at Showcase — My ambi- 
tion is to reach my goal of becoming a SUCCESSFUL 
Medical Doctor and to ALWAYS remember that Every 
Beginning has an End and Every End has a Beginn- 
ing!!!! 




DONNA M. DESHAIES 
"Cutie" 

Softball, Honor Society, Language Club, Spanish 
Honor Society, Academic Internship, Dancing — My 
ambition is to pursue a coreer in a Spanish-related 
field, hopefully be successful in it. Most of oil, to get a 
date with Michael Jackson. 



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LYNNE DESPRES 
"Lynnie" 
Student Guide — My ombition is to be Rich and Happy 
in whotever I do. 



JEFFREY C. DESROSIERS 
"Jeff" 

Softball, Cross Country, Bosketball, Winter Track, 
Spring Track, Archaeology Club, Powder-Puff Cheer- 
leader ond Juggling — My ombition is to become a 
successful Plastics Engineer and to live my life to the 
fullest!!! 



CAROLE T. DEVINE 

Yearbook, National Honor Society, Spanish Honor So- 
ciety, Foreign Language Club. — My ambition is "To 
live for Today, dream for Tomorrow and always re- 
member Yesterday". 




CATHY A. DEVINE 

Methuen High School Skating Club — Co-Captam, 
Methuen Figure Skating Club, VC — Vice President, 
Student Guide. — My ombition is to pursue a career in 
Psychology and to Travel. 



"Nick wonts Who?, ME??? 




DALE DiMAGGIO 
"Daley" 

Cheerleoding (Co-Capt.), Honor Society, Spanish 
Honor Society, Figure Skating Club (Tri-capt.), Class 
President (2,3), VC — Secretary — My ambition is to 
continue my education at Holy Cross. 



LAURA DIODATI 
"Foof" 

Partying, Spending money — My ambition is to have a 
good time in life and to know where I'm going. 



MARIA DIODATI 
"Foof" 

Spanish Honor Society, VC — President. 



JOSEPH A. DiPALERMO 
"Joey D." 

Football, Winter Track, Spring Track, National Honor 
Society, Senior Council — My ambition is to have o 
successful career in Engineering and to finally get my 
car painted ONE color!!! 







LISA ANN DiPIETRO THERESA DiPIETRO 

"Lees" "Teri" 

Student Senate, Drama Club, Basketball, Senior Class My ambition is to have a happy Healthy and Wealthy 
Play, Senior Council. — If you can Imagine it, you can life. 
Achieve it; If you can Dream it you can Become it. 



MARISA DONAHUE 
"Ris" 

Pep Club — Vice President, Active member of the 
Space Revengers — My ambition is to be a better 
Space Revenger and to live a Happy life. 



DAVID C. DONEGAN 
"Dave" 

Varsity Tennis, Honor Society, Basketball, Media 
Center Technician, Homeroom Representive. — My 
ambition is to live a long life so that I will have enough 
time to do everything I want to do. 




MICHAEL DONOHUE 

Wrestling Co-Captain, Football, Hockey, Track — My 
ambition is to be successful in Life and become a Spe- 
cial Ed. Teacher. 



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PAM DORSEY 
"Pam" 

Methuen Figure Skating Club, Methuen High Figure 
Skating Club — Co-Capt., Outing Club, Homeroom 
Rep., Academic Internship, Senior Council, Hockey 
Announcer, Men Gymnastics' manoger. — My ambi- 
tion is to alwoys hove the Happiness I have now and to 
gain ten pounds. 



KRYSTYNA DOWGIERY 
"Krys" 

Work Study, Business — My ambition is to Find Happi- 
ness 



TINA M. DOWNEY 



SHEAN BRIAN DOYLE 
"Brian" 
My ambition is to moke something out o< my lite and to 
be a Success!!' 



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MARY A. DUBE 



GLEN K. DUBOIS 



JANE DUEMMLING 



Winter Track — My ambition is to be successful in Glenn 

everything I do, and to marry my sweetheart, John Par- Workstudy — My ambition is to take the Civil Service 

ent. To live life the best I can and to be happily married. f es t on d become a Fireman. 



KATHLEEN M. DUMONT 




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LAURIE P. ELLIS 



LYLA ELWELL 



Color Guard — Captain, Homeroom Representee, My ambition is to be successful in all I do. 
Freshman Field Hockey, Ice Skating Club, Partying — 
My ambition is to become a National Roller Skating 
Champion and to spend my life happily with the people 
I love the most. 



TERRI L. ENGLAND ANN M. FARGNOLI 

"Maybe" My ambition is to be happy and successful in whatever 

Partying, Boyfriend, Beach Bum, Distributive Ed. ' decide to do in lite. 
— "I om as free as a bird now" Ambition: To Travel. 




DANIEL P. FARLEY 



KAREN JAN FAUCHER 
'Touch" 

Work Study, Detention Club, Skiing, Cruising, Going 
out with Mark and all my friends, Suspension Club- — 
My ambition is to become a Registered Nurse and to 
get my Diploma and not to let anyone in the office take 
it away!!! 



PAUL M. FAY 
"Barney" 

Bowling, D.E.C.A., Homeroom Representive, Dream 
Machine, Golf Team. — My ambition is to Redesign the 
Motor Mounts on the DC 10 and make a million dol- 
lars. 



KAREN L. FEATHER 
"Feather" 

Work Study — My ambition is to be happy and success- 
ful in life, and to become an Executive Secretary or on 
Accountant. 





ROBERT FILLIPON 
"Filduzapon" 

Winter Trock, Spring Track, Honor Society, Compute 
Club, Music (Rock & Roll), Intramural Basketbo 
Party Club — My ambition is to find the ultimate party 
spot and camp there for a couple of years (Then 
maybe attend College and find o career in Computers). 



JACQUELINE A. FINNEGAN 
"Jackie" 

Partying — My ambition is to stay happy and to moke 
others hoppy, to enjoy life. 



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SALVATORE FINOCCHIARO 
"Sal" 

Track — DECA — My ambition is to be a success in life 
and to keep in touch with oil my friends and keep the 
good time a-rollin! 



MARIA M. FIORINO 

My ambition is to be happy in what I do. 



JOHN FITZPATRICK 

vork with "Fitzy" 

Senior Class Ploy, Senior Closs President, Homeroom 
Rep., Senior Homeroom Avoider. — My ambition is to 
attend Homeroom once during the 4 years in High 
School. 



BRIAN FLANAGAN 

"Brian" 

Winter and Spring Trock, Senior Closs Ploy, Ranger 

Week — My ambition is to enjoy many weekends in the 

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JOHN M. FLEMING ROBIN FLEMINGS MATTHEW JOHN FODERADO KATHLEEN A. FORD 

"Jack'' "Fruity" Color Guard, Art Club, Spring Track — 2 Years — "Matt" "Kath" 

Hockey, Track — To be a cop and to live a good life. Outing Club — To be successful and rich the rest of my Marching Band, Concert Bond, Jazz Band, Droma My ambition is to marry Arthur in June and to be 

life. Club, Senior Class Play — "Jethro" — "Equation Par- happy. 

ties", "Bebido" — To be successful in whatever I do 
and to have a good time at U. Mass. 




RICHARD MICHAEL FORZESE 
"STICKS" 

Stage Band, Concert Band, and Marching Band — To 
be a professional musician. 



Roller Skatmg, Basketball, Track, Senior Class Fun- 
draismg, and Senior Class Play Usherette — To travel, 
to be successful, keep my old friends, and to moke new 
ones. 



That's disgusting!" 





JOYCE FRAM TIMOTHY A. FRAM 

Powderpuff Football — To become a business man- 'Big T" 

ager Yearbook, Football, Captain Winter and Spring Track, 

Trainers Room and Sailing Team — To travel at Warp 
Speed and go beyond the cries of mortal men. 

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CHRISTINE FRECHETTE 
"Chris" 

Distributive Education Club, Rollerskating — To marry 
Joe ond always be happy in life. — "If you love some- 
thing, set it free; If it comes back, it's yours, If it doesn't, 
it never was." 



FRANK J. FURNARI 
"Killer- 
Riding my "KZ 1000" — To be successful i 







LAUREN A. FUSCO 



KIMBERLY ANN GAGNON LISE JUDITH GALLANT ALBERT GEORGE GANEM 

"Kim" "Lise" "Al" 

Powder Puff Football — To get a college education, to Marching Band ond Concert Band — To become a Winter Track, Spring Track, Outing Club, Cadets, Se- 
morry a guy who will sweep me off my feet. To have successful executive secretory. nior Class Play, Spanish Club, Just For Openers Group 

loads of kids ond loads of money. — To lead life to it's fullest, and to teach special needs 

children to the best of my ability. 




SCOTT D. GAUMOND 



DAVID JOHN GEMELLARO 
"Gem" 

Captain Varsity Soccer, Varsity Baseball, Varsity Ski 
ing, Senior Closs Play — To get the most out of life. 



'O.K., O.K., I'll go to the prom with you!!' 




SANDRA DIANE GENDRON MICHAEL GERMAN 

"Sandy" "Mike" 

Marching Bond, Concert Bond, Softboll — To pursue a Partying, Hockey, and Drawing — To be very, very 

career in chemical engineering. Wealthy. 



NANCY J. GILL 



GAYLE A GILLESPIE 



Work Study 




JULIE ANN GILLETT 



PAUL GIORDANO JOYCE A. GODSEY MELANIE S. GOGJIAN 

"Gio" "Animal" "Mel" 

Hockey, Varsity Gumnastics — My ambition is to Drama Club, Senior Class Plays — J979 Wardrobe International Club — My ambition is to hove children, 

achieve the most out of life, and reach the gool of Mistress — 1980 Stoge Manager, Media Center Assis- career, ond a chubby-hubby, 

success and to be hoppy! tant — "To live long and Prosper" and to own Univer- 

sal Studios. 




CHARLES P. GOODING 

Scubadiving, Boating — My ambition is to be success 
ful in whatever I do. 




CATHY GORDON 
"Gordie" 

Marching Bond, Concert Bond, Softball, Basketball — 
My ombition is to move to Austrolio and raise kan- 
garoos 



"Who turned out the lights?' 




LYNN ANN GOSSELIN ROXANNE GOULET CHERYL PATRICIA GRASSO MICHAEL E. GRASSO 

Senior Class Play Usherette — My ambition is to get "Rock" Cross Country, Winter Track, Spring Track, Co- "Mike" 

my degree in Accounting. Distributive Education — Coming Together is a beginn- Captain for Winter and Spring Track, Senior Class Play Play Guitar — My ambition is to be an Electronics 

ing, Keeping together is Progress, Working together is Usherette — My ambition is to live a long life with good Technition. 

success. health and happiness. 



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ELAINE MARIE GRASSO 
"Guinny" 

Italian Club — "I am gonna live my life as crazy as can 
be!!!" 



MICHAEL W. GRAVEL 



JOHN E. GREGG 
"Duza" 

Varsity Skiing, Soccer, Intramural Basketball, Nationol 
Honor Society Historian — My ambition is to be able to 
survive this last year of the beginning of my Life, to be 
able to wake up in time for my first class each day at 
college, to be able to graduate from College, and to be 
a horribly successful architect or civil engineer. M.F. 



PAUL J. GRISKEVICH 

"Griz" 

Hockey, Soccer, Spring Track, Pep Club — To be suc- 
cessful in college and to become a Forest Ranger. 




KENNETH R. GROSS II 
"K.G." or "Zeek" 

To wander the Halls — H.V.C. — Craziness — To be a 
Truck Driver, own a Kenwourth and to design my own 
Truck. To enjoy the L.A. Life. 



KATHLEEN D. GUAY 
"Kathy" 

Freshman Intermural Basketball — My ambition is to 
be hoppy and successful in oil that I do. 



"Did Somebody say Soccer?' 





RAMON GUERRA 



ROBERT EDWARD GURKA 
"Gurks" 
Basketball, Track, Senior Council — My ambition is to 
keep and stay close to oil the Friends I hove now. 



JOSEPH A. GUZAJ 
"Jay" 

Footboll, Winter Trock, Spring Trock, Senior Council, 
Homeroom Representative, Senior Closs Play, Yeor- 
book Staff — To hove the obility to "send lawyers, 



JOHN ANTHONY HADLEY 
"Smedley" 

XCountry, Varsity Soccer, Winter and Spring I 
International Club, Homeroom Representative, Span- 
ish and French National Honor Societies, Student of 



guns, and money" to friends in need is my ombition in the Month, Sportsmanship Award — My ambition is to 
ljf e become o Interpreter or Commcrciol Artill 




LINDA A. HAGGAR AMY M. HAGOPIAN 

Freshman Softball and Commercial Art — My ambi- "FamOS AmOS 

tion is to live a successful and independent life. Plus, to p ar tyj n g 

own a customized sportscar. M y am bition is to someday become a singer and moke 

olot of money. 



ARTHUR HAGOPIAN 
"Seagull Lips" (Chief Beak) 

Drama Club — President, The Ranger Spirit — Editor, 
Yearbook — Business Monager, Senior Class Play, 
Student of the Month, Notional Honor Society, Legal 
Order of Seagulls Everywhere — L.O.O.S.E. — My am- 
bition is to do it with authority and get the Hell off. 



RUTH HAGOPIAN 

Distributive Education — My ambition is to enjoy life 
and find the things I'm looking for. 




CHRISTINE HAIGH 



£4-5.. 





DONNA MARIE HAJJAR 
"Hajj" 

Cheerleader. Senior Council, Powder Puff Football, 
Usherette — Senior Class Ploy, Dance Club, Beoch 
Doys, Skipping Gym, Mark — My ambition is to get 
married ond leod a happy and heolthy life 



Two do's and a don't 




TIMOTHY J. HALEY KIMBERLEY A. HALL 

'Cone Head" Band — My ambition is to succeed in the business field 

X-Country for Four Years, Indoor Track for Four Qr, d become rich. 
Years, Outdoor Track for Four Years, Captain Indoor 
Track, Chess Team, Darling Club — I want to be Mr. 
Universe. 



BILL HALL JEFF HAMEL 

"Big Bill" "MF" 

Four Wheelin — My ambition is to become successful. Captain Skiing, Track — My ambition is to be success- 
ful in life. 







CHARLES IBRAHIM HANNA 
"Charlie" 

Hobbies, Volleyball, Soccer, Basketball — To be 
happy and help others 



JUDITH HARDACRE 



MARYANNE HARGREAVES 

Cross Country, Winter Track, Ski Team, Pep Club, 
International Club — To travel 



GEORGE W. HARRIS 




Sports — To be successful in whatever I do 



The Innocent Three! 



MICHAEL J. HAVEY 
"Murray" (The Cop) 

To be a Massachusetts State Trooper. 




V 

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WAYNE H. HEBERT 



GAEL W. HEGARTY DEBBIE HERSON 

"Gael" "Debbie" 

Cheerleading (Socker, hockey — 1 .2.3), Tom — To get Four yeors of Gymnastics — To live o good healthy life 

into a coreer in television ond Production and to stay ond be hoppy with Earl where ever we are. 
happy in whatever I do Good-bye to my friends in the 
senior class, good luck 



CHERYL A. HIBBARD 



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MARK A. HIGGINBOTTOM SCOTT EVAN HILLS JOSEPH T. HOLLINS BRENDA JEAN HOLMES 

"Higgie" Marching, Concert, Jazz, and All-State Bonds — To "Phine" "Brenda" 

Karate — To go to school and then become a State hear a different drummer Basketboll, Track, Football, Soiling Team, Yachting Detention, Partying, Skipping School, ond just having o 

Trooper, Club — To become successful in whatever I do. Good Time — To be successful in the Army, to get 

married ond live o wealthy life. 




PAULA HYNES 

Field Hockey 1,2,3,4, Winter Track 1,2, Spring Track 
1,2, Academic Internship 4, Class Vice President 1,2, 
— To be successful in all aspects of life and have a 
good time while I'm doing it. 





KEVIN JACQUES 
"Kev" 

To be Rich and Successfu 



TRACY ANN JALBERT 

Senior Council, Homeroom Representative (Freshmen 
— Senior), Human — To overcome all my weaknesses, 
be happy and succeed in whatever I do. 



SCOTT JENKINS 
"V.P.B. II" 

Senior Class Vice President, Track, Freshmen Basket- 
ball — Every Man is the Architect of his own fortune. 
To always have a better car than Jim Buco. 



JUDE M. JENNINGS 
"Shrimpo" 
Senior Class Play — To get taller, to marry money, and 
to own a porsche. 



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CYNTHIA A. JONES 



JAMES F. JORDAN 
"Jim" 

Track and Football and Senior Council — I want to get life 
my CPA in Accounting. 



KEITH D. JOSEPH 

My ambition is to make lots of money and lead a good 



JANE A. KELEHER 
"Sweet Jane" 

President of Pep Club, Powder Puff Football, Senior 
Class Play, Human Relations Group, Ice Skating Club, 
Newspaper Staff, Space Revenging, Pun Ring Out — 
My ambition is to have the best summer ever and "live 
it up". Good luck Sue, Maris, Dad and Uncle Jim! 




PATRICIA A. KELLEY 
"Trish" 

Fieldhockey, Winter and Spring Track, Powder Puff 
Football — My ambition is to find on ambition and to 
be successful at it. 




Caruso? Capone? 




FAITH M. KENYON 
"D.D.J." 

Powder Puff Football — Quarterback, Winter Track, 
Spring Track, Ballet, Judo, Body Building, Disco, Pump- 
ing the Iron, Dance Teacher's Training — I plon to go 
into the health field and gain as much knowledge as 
possible in that area I would also like to open my own 
bodybuilding gym as well as my own dance studio- To 
forever be friends with Cheryl. 



TRACY LEE KERMAN 
"Tracy Lee" 

Year Book Stoff — TYPING, Concert and Marching 
Bands, Honor Society, Senate — Secretory, "T.J." Lost 
Period, Spanish Honor Sooety, Art Humanities Class, 
"Volunteer", and the great Talkative times with Darsh 
and Everyone Else — My ambition is to meet many 
mony people and hove them all glod to hove met me 
and to call me a Friend. Plus, I always want to smile no 
matter what I'm doing. 



AUDREY A. KERSHAW 
"Auds" 
Skoting Club, Powder Puff Football — I want to go into 
Nursing — And to never be bored- 



KIM KOLOFOLES 

Senior Council, Senior Class Play, Basketball, Track, 
Oramo Club, Photography Club, Yearbook Staff — 
Everydoy that we get older more often you heor people 
say, I wish I would have, I should hove done, I just 
wasted onother day. To all my friends, remember the 
good times Miss Yo!! 






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PETER J. LaCROIX III 

Hockey, Football, Baseball, Track, Human Relation 
Group — My ambition is to succeed in everything I 
participate in, to remain as happy as possible, and to 
hope that my future will bring new and challenging 
tasks. 



SHAWN M. LANGLOIS 



RALPH MICHAEL LAORENZA 
"Budman" 

Senior Class Play — Billy Bob, Work Study — My ambi- 
tion is to have a long successful life. 



DEBRA A. LATULIPPE 
"Deb" 

DECA Club, Dance Club, Chorus — My ambition is to 
accomplish my goals in life. To be married and happy 
in the future. 




Skating, Swimming, Horseback Riding — I want to be 
come a Secretary. 



Service with a smile. 




CATHERINE M. LEGER PAUL R. LEVER 

"Cathy" or "Statz" Tennis Team, Graphic Arts Club — To be able to do 

Statz, Homeroom Representative, Cheerleader, Dance the things that I want to do. 
Club, Senior Class Play, Senior Council, Homecoming 
Queen, Year Book Staff, Powder Puff — I will make all 
my dreams come true, if you dare to dream, then you 
dare to make those dreams come true. 



PEGI-ANNE LEVER 
"Pegi" or "Squeever" 

Senior Council, Class Secretary, Homeroom Represen- 
tative, Year Book Staff, Senior Class Play — Mrs. D., 
Powder Puff Footboll, Majorette, Boys Basketball, 
Spanish Honor Society, Winter and Spring Track, Ten- 
nis, Haverhill Rest! — I want to be a "nun" and to 
remember the "good times". Thanks Kids' 



LUIS M. LIMA 
"Lou" 

My ambition is to travel. 






JEAN ANN LINEHAN STEPHEN A. LODGE FRANCES MARIE LO PRESTI 

"Lead Foot" "Snowman" "Peaches", "Jersey Kid", "Franca" 

Partying — My ambition is to move to Colorado and to Varsity Ski Team — My ambition is to graduate from Beach Days, Work Study, Partying — My ambition is 
become successful in the Business Field. College and find a good job. getting out of this school, move to California and be 

rich and successful. 



MICHAEL E. LORENZO 




'I don't believe she called Hawaii!!!" 





BARRY M. LYONS 

Spanish Club, Spansih Honor Society, Nationol Honor 
Society — My ambition is to go on to College and be o 
success in whatever I do. 



PAUL DAMIEN LYONS 

Marching Bond, Concert Band, Jozz Bond II, Wrestling 

Team, Senior Class Ploy. 

My ombition is to succeed at any future endeavors. 



MARK ANTHONY MACHERA 
"Cera" 
Honor Society, Spanish Honor Society, Soccer, Bose- 
boll, Senior Class Ploy, Powder-Puff Football, Cheer- 
leader, buds. — My ombition ts to be successful at 
whatever I choose to pursue, to always be hoppy, and 
to meet Frank Zappa. 



STACEY A MACKOR 



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JOHN MADEIRA 

Bowling 



BRIAN D. MAHONEY 



CAROLYN JEANNE MAJOR 
"Co" 

To be successful and happy and move out of this state. 



MARY ELIZABETH MANNING 
"BOO" 

Winter Track, Spring Trock, Donee Club, Pep Club, 
Yearbook Staff, Homecoming Queen Attendant, Se- 
nior Council and Senior Class Play, and Powder Puff 
Football. — To become o successful dental hygienist 




KATHERINE MARCELLO 



'Mr. Russell, You've got to be kidding' 




DAVID MARCHAND 
"Mush" 

Hockey 4 years — Assistant, PowderPuff Football 
Cheerleader — To someday play protessional hockey 
or own and control all women. 



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SANDRA G. MARCINKEVICH 
"Chuck" 

Fieldhockey, Track, Senate, House of Reps., Senior 
Class Secretary, Pep Club, Methuen Police Explorers, 
Usherette — "There is only one success — being able 
to spend your life in your own way." I want to succeed 
in this way. 



JANET M. MARSAN 

Powder Puff Football — To moke my dreams come 
true. 



ALBERT E. MARSDEN 
"AL" 




SUSAN T. MARTIN 
"Lebo" 

Girls Track, Drama Club, International Club, Field 
Hockey, Office Worker, Powder Puff Football, Senior 
Class Play (Backstage) — "I wish to become very suc- 
cessful in the field of Pediatric Nursing." 



PHYLLIS LISA MARTINEAU 

Figure Skating, French Club, Academic Internship — 
My ambition is to become a successful Elementary 
School Teacher. 



CHRISTOPHER MASTORAKIS 



LEE-ANNE MASTRANGELO 
"Lee" 

Field Hockey, Distributive Education, Freshman 
HomeRoom Representative — If we do not exist as 
Individuals our Relationship will never exist. 




ANTHONY E. MASUCCI 
"Bo-rique" 

Four Years Football (quad-Captain), Four Years Gym 
nasties. Four Years Baseball, Boys State 



RONALD JEFF MASUCCI 
"Fatty" 

Varsity Baseball, Varsity Football, Gymnastics, Pow- 
der Puff Cheerleoder — My ambition is to go to college 
ond to succeed in Life. 



'Jay! Put your shirt back on! 




CYNTHIA MAY 
"Cyndi" 

National Honor Society, Ski Team, Marching 8and, 
Concert Band — To be a Veterinarian is my ombition. 



DAVID T. MAY 



LOIS A MAYNARD 



FRANCIS P. MAZZOTTA 
"Frank" 

Three Years of Tennis, Two Years of Hockey — My 
Ambition is to Graduate from College ond gather expe- 
rience to conquer my goals that I may or alreody have 
set. 

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SCOTT F. McADAM KAREN McANDREW TRUDEL KATHLEEN McCARTHY 

"Scott Work Study — I want to become a good Wife and "Kathy" 

Partying — To be successful in life and to become rich Mother. Workstudy — I wont to live each day os it comes and to 

is all I want. always be hoppy. 



robin c. McCarthy 




steven r. Mccracken 

"Steve" 

Office Woncstudy — My ambition is to hove my Own 
Business 



"Pssst, What's the answer to number five??' 




SUSAN JANET McCRACKEN THOMAS McENEANEY CHRISTOPHER J. McEVOY CAROLE A. McKENNA 

-> ue Mac Cm ris ' Partying — To live a long hoppy life and be successful 

Partying — I want to be successful in everything I do Joy Youngs, Beach Days, The Rest, Four Wheelin with Captain of Gymnastics Team, Track — I want to attend in everything I do. 

and to marry Joe Duffen. j oe — My Favorite Song is "I'm Guilty" — And my School for Electronics and become Rich. 

ambition is to work hard and always be happy. 



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TIMOTHYS. MENIHANE 
"Tim" 

Cross-Country, Freshman Basketball, Winter and 
Spring Track — My ambition is to be able to jump from 
the foul line, do a 360 degree, double pump, and dunk 
it behind the head. 



STEPHEN MESSINA 



DARLENE M. MICHAUD 



CHRISTINE A. MILONE 
"Chris" 

Bikeriding, Sand Paintings, Drawing — I want to go on 
to school for Business Administration and Executive 
Secretarial Courses, and then to marry my Timmy and 
buy our own Business and get Rich. 





CAROLYN A. MISSERVILLE 

My activity was DECA 



DOUGLAS H. MOORE 
"Doug" 

Varsity Baseboll, Soccer, Class Ploy, Buds — I plan to 
enter the field of Business and be successful. 



"I missed it by this much! 








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PENNY L. MOORE 
"Nickal or Smennybill" 

Student Senate — President, National Honor Society, 
Regional Chairperson Youth Advisory Council, Com- 
munications Coordinator for Regional Student Advi- 
sory Council, Winter Track, Newspaper, — To become 
a prominent Lawyer and be where a woman belongs, in 
the house and in the Senate. 



CHERYL MORGAN 

Distributive Education, Going out and having a good 
time with my friends and beach days — My ambition is 
to graduate and to be happy and live o long life. 



LISA MORRISON 

Portying, Listening to good Music, Camping, Going to 
the Beach — To live a good life, make alot of money, 
and to travel around the world. 



SHAWN MORRISSEY 

The Rood, the Place, Co-Captain Hockey, Senior 
Council, Usher Senior Class Play, Yearbook Staff, 
Powderpuff Cheerleader — My ambition is to re- 
member my friends because "Friends are someone to 
love and to hold deor in your heart and rem- 
always, " 




MARY BETH MORSE 

Powder Puff Football, Art Club Secretory, Outing Club, 
Pep Club — My ambition is to be successful and rich in 
whatever I do. 



MICHAEL JOSEPH MOSCUZZA 
"Mike" 

Tennis Team, Winter Track, National Honor Society — 
My ambition is to find success and happiness in the 
future. 



CYNTHIA MOTTA JOHN E. MUISE 

(windy Baseball, Football, Track — My ambition is to be a 

Spanish Honor Society, Field Hockey, Softball, Track Marine. 
— My ambition is to finish college and be successful. 




JOSEPH MULLIGAN 
"Mul" 

Football, Winter Track — Co-Captain, Spring Track, 
Honor Society — Vice President — My ambition is to be 
a mafia hit man. 




"If only I were . . . 



ROBIN L. MULLIN 
"Tracy" 

Football and Basketball Cheerleader, Senior Council, 
Yeorbook, Senior Class Ploy, Powder Puff, Spanish 
Honor Society, Skipping Gym, Beoch Days — Don't be 
afraid to let go of old — and enter something new 
you'll olwoys hove your memones — and that will see 
you through. 




TRACY ANN MULLIN 
"Robin" 

Football and Basketball Cheerleader, Senior Council, 
Year Book Staff, Spanish Honor Society, Senior Class 
Play, Powder Puff Football, Skipping Gym — There are 
countless paths of knowledge. There are many ways to 
give. There are endless hopes to dream of. But there's 
only one life for us to live. "Best of luck to all my 
friends, and never forget the good times!" 



BARBARA A. MURACH 
"Barb" 

Horseback Riding, Camping — My ambition is to get 
married, own a ranch, and be rich. 



KAREN MARIE MURAD 

International Club, Student Government — My ambi- 
tion is to travel. 



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BEVERLY MUSTAPHA CHARLES G. NASSER DEBORAH J. NAYLOR 

"Bevie" "Charlie" "Debbie" 

Distributive Education and Yearbook Staff — Tomarry Basketball, Golf, National Honor Society, Computer Academic Internship, Senior Blood Mobile — My ambi- 

Frankie, and to build our house on the hill is my ambi- Club — To complete College and become successful tion is to succeed and be happy in whatever I do. 

tion in life. — also to be the best person I possibly can. 



TERRENCE F. NEEL 




CONNIE T. NICOLOSI 
"Nick" 

Powder Puff Football — For My Father: To become 
successful in whatever I choose. 



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PAUL J. NICOLOSI 
"Nic" 

Americon Combat Judo — My ambition is to get o 
Horley and go to Florida. 



"Peek-a-boo — I see you!'' 




MARK NIGHTINGALE 

Cross Country, Winter Track, Spring Track, Swim 
Team (Co-Captain) — My ambition is to have success 
in whatever I try to accomplish. 



RICHARD T. NIMMO 



JUDY A. NOVAK 



DAVID S. NOVELLO 



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JOHN J. O'CONNOR 



JEANNE E. O'CONNOR 




HELEN C. O'HARA 

Transfer Student from Fl. vio Tn , HOE Club, Library 
Club, French Club — To go into the Health Field and 
never loose interest in life is my ambition. 



CAROL OLDFIELD 




STEVEN A. PAINE 
"Steve" 

Fishing, Camping, Hiking, Cars — I hope I'll be able to 
succeed in the Navy. 




CHERYL A. PALMER 



"Is my name on the detention list again?' 




JOSEPH A. PANTO 

Football, Distributive Education — Live to be 80 years 
old and get married, settled down, and then have a 
Massive Party. 



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DAVID PAPPALARDO 
"Pup" 

Hockey for Two Years, Partying — To live my life to 
the fullest ond "to hove a good time" is my ambition. 



LISA M. PAPPALARDO 
"Lase" 

Senior Class Play, Gymnastics, Track, Skating Club, 
Distributive Education, Horseback Riding, Skiing, Talk- 
ing on the Phone — To work with animals, live in the 
sunshine and live, love, and laugh the rest of my life. 



DAVID FRANCIS PASSERELLO 
"Mad Scientist" 

Hand Gliding, Skateboarding, Causing Trouble — My 
ambition is to become a Vet. and to work with Animals. 







GRETCHEN H. PASSLER ANN MARIE PATTAVINA JOSEPH J. PAUTA RICHARD PEGLOW 

"Gret" "Punest" "Joe" "Rick" or "Peg" 

Pep Club — My ambition is to become a good secre- Waterskiing, Surfing, Scuba Diving, Water Polo, Deep Haverhill Rest Area and Big Brawls — My ambition is Gymnastics for Three Years — I want to be successful 

tary, get a good job, make over $250.00 a week, and Sea Fishing, Sailing, Sky Diving — My ambition is to get to be successful in life and be healthy and wealthy. and get a good job. 

live a happy life. out of college and be rich and happy. 




JEFFREY P. PELLETIER 
"Jeff" 

National Honor Society, Hockey — My ambition is to 
see every group I like in concert. 



MAUREEN A. PELLETIER 
"Moe" 

Senior Class Play and News Poper Staff — My ambition 
is to have a full and happy life and maybe even to be 
odopted by Robert Redford. 



I can type with my fingers too! 




RICHARD PAUL PEPIN BART J. PERILLO 

"Flash" Baseball, Footboll — My ambition is to continue on in 

My ambition is to become on accountant, get married, s P or,s ond m °ybe practice low someday, 
and move to Rhode Island and be happy and success- 
ful. 



WILLIAM L. PERRY SHARON E. PETELLE 

"Bill" "Space Shot" 

Senior Student Council, Homeroom Representative, Work Study — My ambition is to live a long or 

Senior Class Ploy — Usher |,I C ond to hove mony friends 



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ALAN J. PIAZZA JOANNE PICKLES 

"Al" "Pickles" 

Rockin' and Rollin', Concerts, Clubbin', Partying, Work Study, Year Book Staff — I want to live o hoppy 

Jamming — My ambition is to vacotion a few weeks in life and get everything I can to shore my joys and sor- 

Copanhagen, Sweden and have a real good time. To rows with a special man, 
play guitar better than Jimmy Page and sing better 
than Robert Plant. 



PAMELA J. PICONE 



SYLVIE L. PINET 
"Pin Head" 

To graduate and to live a happy life and to keep on 
Parrying. 




"Don't call us, we'll call you!!" 




JOHN A. POUBLON 
"Poub" 

Baseball — I want to be successful in life. 



DONNA M. POULIN DAWN M. PRUNIER HENRY KARL RADEMACHER 

"Driver" "Dusk" "Schvin" 

I want to pay off all debts then live a happy life doing Usherette — Senior Class Play, Art Club — I want to My ambition is to conquer the world, 

only what I want to do and when I want to do it. Maybe get as far awoy from Methuen as humanly 

settle down in ten or twenty years. possible. 



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KEITH A. RADULSKI CAROLYN RAINVILLE 

My ambition is to stay out of trouble and make the best Red 

out of my Life. My ambition is to get out of School. 



DARREN RAMSDEN 



TOD WILLIAM RASTELLO 




MARK S. RATTE 
"Rat" 

Soccer, Wrestling, Spring Track, Pep Club, Powder Puff 
Cheerleader — I want "To Better the Environment for 
Future Generations." 



CRAZY FEET!!! 




SUSAN MARIE RICCIO 
"Sue" 

Bowling — To lead a happy ond successful life, and 
one day become an Accountant. 



DANIEL M. RICCIO 

My ambition is to own my own business 



NANCY A. RILEY 
"Rainbow Riley" 

Chorus, Bloodmobile, Senior Closs Ploy — Publicity - 
To find the pot of gold ot the end of the Roinbow!! 



KATHLEEN A. RILEY 



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SHEILA ANN RIMAS MARIE A. RIOPELLE SHARON ROBERGE PATRICIA A ROBERGE 

"Pge" "Rip" "Shorty" "Patty" 

Distributive Education — I want to be happy in life and Marching Band, Concert Band, Softball, Basketball, Four Years Cheerleoding — Freshman Varsity, and Volleyball, Winter Track — I want to forget my past 
successful in my endeovors. Powder Puff Football — I want to do everything in life Bothroom Duty — I want to reach five feet! and live for the future. 

to the best of my ability. 




NANCY C. ROCHEFORT 
"Nanc" or "Roch" 

Co-Captain Varsity Field Hockey, Basketball and 
Softball — "The World is such that what may appear 
to be an end, is only a new beginning." 




MARIA JUDITH RODRIQUEZ 

Spanish Honor Society, Homeroom Representative for 
Freshman ond Junior Years, Student Guide — To be 
successful in life. 



Wake me up for graduation. 








JEFFREY C. ROEGER DONNA M. ROSINSKI GLENN T. SABA ROBERT SANGUEDOLCE 

"Horse" "Don" Football — Quod-Captain, Wrestling, Baseball, Track, "Bob" 

Soccer Team — I want to make a career in the Navy Bowling and Dancing — My ambition is to live a happy Free Agent, Club House Meetings, Senior Class Play, Student Congress — Treasurer, S.A.C Choirmon, Na- 

Nuclear Program. and fulfilled life with Mark. T-Bird Club — I want to someday know how it feels to tional Honor Society, Senior Council — We are all in 

be "Thick as a Brick" the same boat in a stormy sea and we owe each other a 

terrible loyalty. 

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STEPHEN SANVILLE PAUL B. SAVASTANO BRENDA SCHELLING 

"Stein "Sav Marching Band, Jazz Band, and Wind Ensemble 

National Honor Society — President, Varsity Soccer, Soccer, Swimming — My ambition is to be successful in 

Skiing — Two roads diverged in a wood, and I — I took life and help those who are in need, 
the one less traveled by, And that has made all the 
difference. 



MICHAEL J. SCHELLING 
"TSCZEEK" 

Acting Strange; Getting in and out of tight Situations; 
and Cruisin to the Tunes — My ambition is to lead a 
happy adult life and find the perfect woman. 




MICHELLE PAULINE SCIACCA 

Bowling ond Playing Cards — My ambition is to be- 
come a good Cook and know how to make good 
recipes. 



And today on General Hospital 




ELAINE M. SEVERANCE 
"Hobbit" 

National Honor Society, Student Senate — Secretary, 
Varsity Tennis Team, Year Book Staff, Who's Who in 
Amreica's High Schools, French Club, Spanish Club, 
Senior Class Ploy — "One small step for man, one 
giont leap for mankind." Neil Armstrong 



JOSEPH J. SHOLIK 

Soccer, Pink Floyd — My ambition is to graduate from 
College 



Baseball 



WILLIAM SIMM 
"Bill" 



EDWARD SMITH 



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LINDA SMITH 
"Smitty" 

Volleyball, Honor Society, Student Government 



MICHAEL K. SMITH SHERRIE L. SMITH 

"Smitty" "Ferrie" 

Snowmobiles and Girls — Just want to go through life Nationol Honor Society, Spanish Honor Society, Home 

easy. Room Representative, Winter and Spring Track, Span- 

ish and Italian Clubs — Life is o highway on which the 
years go by, sometimes the road is level, sometimes the 
hills are high. But as we trovel onward, to o future 
that's unknown, we can make each mile we trovel, a 
steppingstone. 



SUSAN SMITH 




SHELLY ROSE SPADA 
"Shell" "Sheldon" "Later-Spada" 

Concert Bond — Four Yeors, Marching Bond — Four 
Years, Second Jozz Bond — One Yeor — I wont to 
finally escape from the strict rigors of educotion (To 
Get Out'). 



Are you sure Einstein started like this? 




RAYMOND SPEIGHT 



CYNTHIA R. SPENCE 



LINDA A. SPINNEY 

Camping, Horseback Riding, Boating, Partying — I 
want to travel and keep up the good times by living 
everyday like there is no tomorrow. 



It 

KEVIN ST. LAURENT 



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JEANNE CAROL STANLEY 
"Reece" or "Peanut" 

Honors Academic Internship — Shine On!! 



LINDA JEAN STANSFIELD MICHAEL D. STEVENSON 

"Squirt" "Mike" or "Steve" 

Don't walk behind me for I am not a leader, Don't walk Drama Club, Dance Company, DECA, Methuen Police 

in front of me, for I am not a follower, Walk beside me Explorers, Senior Class Play — My ambition is to own 

and be my Friend! Thanks to all my friends in the Class every Dairy Queen in the Region. 
of "80" 



DIANNE L. STOTT 
"Di" 

Cheerleading for Four Years, Year Book Staff, Senior 
Council, Senior Class Play, Dance Company, Powder 
Puff Football — Dad: Wish you were here to see the 
happy days in my life, love you. To my friends: Re- 
member all the good times, see ya. 




JOSEPH V. STRAVINSKAS 



D.E.C.A., Portying, Being Late — To make a career of 
Evil and continue my career in singing is my ambition. 



Is yours looking back at you? 




SHEILA SULLIVAN 

Detention — My ambition is to get out of Methuen High 
and eventually get morried. 



ROBERT SULLIVAN 



NANCY M. SZOSTAK 
"Nancy" 

Field Hockey, Bosketboll, Softball, Coptom of Eoch — 
My ambition is to be oble to ignore the clouds that 
surround my Rainbow so that I may smile eoch and 
every day 



ROBERT V. TALANIAN 
"Bob" 

Indoor Trock, Outdoor Trock, Soccer, Cross Country, 
Notionol Honor Society, Armcnion Youth Federation 
— "... to boldly go where no man has gone before!" 



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HOLLY A. TANGUAY 



MICHAEL TARDIFF 



GARY R. TATARONIS DIANE R. THERIAULT 

Notional Honor Society — I want to become experi- Di 

enced in Mathematics, and to win a million in the lot- I want to go to College, have a career, and go places 

ten/. a nd live my life to its fullest 




RICHARD R. THERIAULT 



GRETCHEN E. THOMA 

Art Oub for Three Years and German Club for Two 
Years — I want to be hoppy!!! 



That's my ball and I want it! 





JOHN J. TIMONY JR. MATTHEW F. TIMONY 

Working Hard and Playing Hard — To Live a Happy "Meathead" 

Life is my ambition. Track — My ambition is to be a Custodian. 



DANIEL M. TINE 



RALPH F. TITONE 



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JOANNE M. TORLA THOMAS RAYMOND TOROSIAN SUSAN B. TOWLER PETER M. TREMBLAY 

"Jo" "T.T." "Sue" "Mario" 

Distributive Education and Smoking in the Bathroom! Cadets, Spanish Honor Society — My ambition is tc Just having a real good time — I want to be successful Baseball for Two Years — My ambition is to succeed. 

— "To work anywhere but Friendly's." Have good earn a degree in Marine Engineering as an officer in the in life and to eventually marry D.B. and be happy, 

times, party, and enjoy life to the max!! United States Coast Guard. 




JOHN P. TSAKLE 

Building and Racing Cars — My ambition is to get out 
of school. Be a top mechanic, get rich, and cruise 
oround the country. 




JOLENE TUCCI 
"Jo" "Tuch" 

Track, Skating, Discussion Group, Pep Club — f want 
to have a happy life. 



I hope I didn't overcook it! 




JAMES M. VAIKNORAS 



PAULA JEAN VALLIERE 
"Paula" 

Racing — My ambition is to beat Glenn. 



Marching, 
nior Class 
ing. 



DAVID B. VEIT KATHERINE A. VEIT 

"Dave" "Kothy" 

Concert, and Jazz Bonds, Drama Club, Se M y ombition is to hove lots of money ond live it up in 

Ploy — My ambition is to major in Account- ' n e Florida sun 



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MARK F. VICTORY 
"Mug" 

Concerts, Sports, Partying, Graphic Arts — My ambi- 
tion is to always be able to laugh and to never forget 
the good times I've had with my friends at Methuen 
High. 



ROBERT W. VIENS 

I want to graduate and then stay High, Healthy, and 

maybe Wealthy. 



JODY A. WAGLAND 



NOREEN B. WAITES 

Pep Club for Three Years — My ambition is to be 
happy in everything I do, and to morry a rich guy so I 
can take life easy. 




ROBERT R. WAITKEVITCH 
"Wakes" 

Varsity Soccer, Varsity Gymnastics, Spring Track, Stu- 
dent Senate, Student Advisory Council — To be a State 
Park Ranger and to have a good time with my Friends 
and hope it never ends. 




ALFRED F. WAITT 
"Fred" 

Baseball. "Bowl"ing — "Stay High and Heolthy" and 
possibly Wealthy, To have front row seats to see Led 

Zepplm." 



We aren't paying and we aren't leaving. 





KAREN L WAKS 
"Wacky" 

Assistant Editor Yearbook Staff, Tennis, Senior Coun- 
cil, Gymnastics Manager, National Honor Society, 
Spanish Honor Society, Usherette — Senior Class Ploy 
— I want to live, be happy and marry a "Nice Jewish 
Boy", just like my Mother wonts me to. 



RAEANNE WALKER 



GARY A. WALSH 
"G.A.W." 

Hockey — My ambition is to go to college, get a good 
job and have lots of fun. To get front row seats for 
Zepplin and Floyd. 



JOHN P. WALSH 
"Jack" 

Football for Four Yeors, Winter Track for Four Years 
— Co-Captain, Spring Track for Four Years — Co- 
Captain, Wetghtlifting — My ambition ts to finish Col- 
lege ond to be Rich. 










MICHAEL WALSH 
"Mike" 

National Honor Society, Ski Team, Track, Spanish 
Club, Fubar — My ambition is to graduate from high 
school and to go where the Buffalos Roam. 



KAREN A. WANTE 



SANDY WARD 
"Hi Kids!" 

Field Hockey for Three Years, Basketball for Four 
Years, Softball for Four Years, Academic Internship, 
Equation Parties, Senior Class Play — My ambition is to 
try everything in life once, and the fun things twice. To 
always be good, and if not good, at least good at it. 



KIM MARIE WATSON 

Field Hockey 76-77, Basketball 76-79, Spring Track 
76-80, Foreign Language Club 78-79, Senior Class 
Play, Senior Council, Homeroom Representative 76-80 
— May I be able to wear bright dickies whenever I want 
and not be laughed at. 




KIM G. WATTS 
"Oscar the Grouch" 

Spanish Club, Photography Club, Newspaper Staff — If 
you have built castles in the air — Your work need not 
be lost; That is where they should be. Now put founda- 
tion under them. 




HELEN M. WEIR 

I want to get out of Methuen and this school. 



Framed again! 





KATHLEEN MARIE WELCH 
"Kathi" 

Cheerleoding, Partying, Mark, Senior Class Ploy — I 
would like to own the world's largest lighter collection. 
I'll never forget the many days in the "Neighborhood" 
Live life in Love!! 8ye Bob. 



JOHN JOSEPH WHITE 

I wont to finish everything I start to the best of my 
ability. 



JOHN P. WHITTAKER 

Football, Wrestling, Track, Senior Class Play • 
to succeed and live my life to its full extent 



LORI WILSON 

I want "Law" 

I want to groduate ond to party heartily 



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ROBERT ALAN WILSON 



JANICE DIANE WINN 
"Jan" 

Homeroom Representative, Student Senate, Spanish 
Club, Spanish Honor Society, Color Guard — Captain, 
Pep Club, Ski Team — Co-Captain — My ambition is to 
reach my goals in life without having to stond on tip- 
toes. To walk down a crowded hall without getting 
elbowed in the face. 



MAUREEN A. WINNING 
"Moe" 

Majorette — Co-Captain, Acodemic Internship, News- 
paper Staff, Spanish Club — My ombition is to live o 
long and happy life to the best of my ability. 



ANNE WITHAM 

My ambition is to take life easy!' 




MICHAEL J. WNEK 
"Ted" or "Chico" or "Neck" 

Baseball for Four Years, Band for Two Years, Jazz 
Band for One Year — My ambition is "to live in 

Florida". 



"What went wrong this time?' 




JOHN S. WROBEL 



ERIC WUNDERLICH 

Football, Indoor Track, Outdoor Track, Club House 
Meetings — My ambition is to hear all of Mr. Klimas' 
stories. 



LINDA R. WYMAN 

Vegetating and being Bored — My ambition is to be- 
come the Queen of England, 



LOUIS YARID 



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RANDY ZACHARIAS 
"Zac" 

Hockey, Track 



JAY ZENEVITCH 

Soccer, Golf — Co-Captain, Senior Play Usher — "It's 
just no good without love — To live without love — Is 
no life at all" 



PAUL MICKEE 



Shy Seniors 



RANDY ALLEN 
JIM BEGIN 
ADAM BIRON 
GAIL DOWD 
CHRIS DRAGO 
EARL FEUGILL 
BERNARD FINNO 
BOB GALLEGHER 
SUSAN GUIMOND 
LISA KHENTIGAN 
BRENDA MARDONCELLI 
RICHARD MORSE 
RICK MOULART 



MIKE NOORIGIAN 
ALLEN PAJAK 
SHEILA PITOCCHELLI 
GEORGE POIRIER 
DWAYNE POOLE 
JAMES SCOTT 
TERRY SCIUTO 
HANK SCHEPARD 
STEPHANIE STEVENSON 
MICHAEL WARREN 
GLENN WAREING 
MARILYN WOOD 



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IN MEMORY OF 




Gregory Getchell 
1961-1980 



William Goolkasian 
Custodian 



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When you awake in the morning hush. 

I am the swift upflinging rush of quiet birds in circling flight. 
I am the soft star shine at night. 
Do not stand by my grave and cry, 

I am not there. 

I did not die. 






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DRAMA CLUB 




Senior Members 



Officers 





Front Row: M. Bourrasso, L. Charette, K. Kolofoles, L. Dipietro, M. Contarino. 
Back Row: M. Stevenson, D. Veit, Advisor — S. Hovanasian, P. Mickee, P. 
Shruender, Assistant — M. Jennings. 



Secretary — Lori Charette, Treasurer — Kim Kolofoles, President — Arthur Hagopian. 



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PEP CLUB 




Front Row: M. Hargreaves, M. Catania, S. Park, J. Chaulifour, D. Michaud, S. Davidson. Back Row: G. Barbara, D. Carito, C. Chretien, N. Waites. 




Officers: Jody Wagland, Marisa Donahue, Jane Keleher, Kim Campbell 



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ART CLUB 




Front Row: M. Morse, N. Gill, G. Thoma, G. Barbara. Back Row: Co-Advisor — S. Wagner, J. Cavallaro, K. Woekel, S. Park, C. Murphy, 
Co-Advisor — M. Stella. 



OFFICERS 



Left to right: Nancy Gill, Marybeth Morse, Gretchen 
Thoma, Gracinda Barbara. 




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DANCE COMPANY 




Front Row: C. Teloian, C. Grillo, S. Park, D. O'Donahue, C. Cretien. Middle Row: D. Wheeler, S. Isabelle, D. Wasicki, D. Emmert, L. Deluca, M. 
Dennis, D. Wright. Back Row: Advisor — L. Bell, P. Cullum, S. Kelley, C. Jurgel, J. Hildebrandt, J. Hildebrandt T. Lerned, S. Guzuski, C. Paolino, 
L. Charette, K. Law. 



OFFICERS 




Front Row: L. Charette, K. Law. Back Row: C. Chretien, L. Deluca. 



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STUDENT SENATE 




Front Row: D. Carito, R. Sanguedolce, E. Severance. Second Row: Tracy Kerman, C. Keegan, L 
Giuffrida, D. Saab. Third Row: P. Parent, C. Winn, C. Bulovas, N. Giuffrida, W. Barbin. Back Row: J. 
Davis, C. Shaheen, L. Deschamp, J. Paris, L. Mariano, N. Moore, Absent: P. Motre, W. Khentigan, J. 
Rhbczyk, S. Hering, L. DiPietro. 



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President — Penny Moore, Secretary — Elaine Severance, Vice President — Cheryl Keegan, Treasurer — Bob Sanguedolce, Absent: 
a/. Corresponding Secretary — Tracy L. Kerman. 



NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY 




Front Row: K. Kopzynsky, S. Sanville, K. Waks, A. Connelly, L. Sanville, D. Brearly, D. Deshais, K. Concheri, T. Kerman, J. DeLucca. Middle Row: 
E. Severance, L. Messer, A. Pennisi, C. May, S. O'Connell, J. Gregg, M. Dufton, A. Hagopian, R. Sanguedolce, B. Cyr, D. DiMaggio, S. Smith. 
Back Row: C. Nassar, D. Donegan, J. Pelletier, R. Danisewicz, R. Fillipon, B. Lyons, G. Tataronis, L. Giuffrida, M. Sexton, S. Hering, K. Gosselin, 
L. Smith. 




OFFICERS: Front row: President — Steve Sanville, Secretary — Brian Cyr, Historian — John Gregg. Back row: Treasurer — Lynn Sanville, Vice 
President — Joe Mulligan. 97 



SPANISH HONOR SOCIETY 




Front Row: P. Lever, K. Kenney, T. Mullin, C. Motto. Middle Row: D. DiMoggio, D. Desoi, S. Smith, C Devine, R. Mullin. Bock Row: J. Hodley, T. 
Torosian, M. Machera, P. Schruender, D. Deshais, M. Rodriguez, M. Diodati, Absent — T. Kerman, and K. Woks. 



FRENCH HONOR SOCIETY 




Left to right: J. Hadley, G. Barbara, M. Dutton, G. St. Hillaire, Absent — K. Concheri. 



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JAZZ BAND 




Front Row: M. Bauchman, J. Ayers, K. Lacroix, S. Stangenelli. Middle Row: D. Simonian, T. Defeo, M. Elliot, S. Kelley, L. Pelletier, N. Chase. Back 
Row: B. Schelling, V. Garifalo, D. Weit, M. Foderado, J. Donigian. 



CHORUS 




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ACADEMIC INTERNSHIP 




Front Row: L. Smith, L. Ellis, K. Watson, M. Manning, K. Kenney, C. Leger, Advisor — L. Salmonsohn. Back Row: P. Martineau, D. Naylor, S. 
Morrissey, S. Ward. 



DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION 




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Front Row: D. Lucier, C. Morgan, L. Mastrangelo, T. Dowd, L. Pappalardo, S. Rimas, R. Hagopian, M. Brown, L. Stumpo. Middle Row: C. 
Misserville, M. Bonfanti, T. England, L. Boisvert, J. Torla, R. Hargreaves, B. Mutapha. Back Row: C. Frechette, D. Latulippe, G. Gillespie, K. 
Chester, P. Fay, P. Caruso, S. Finocchiaro, B. DePardo, B. DeBenedetto, M. Stevenson, R. Pilot — Advisor. 






GREATER LAWRENCE COLLABORATE 




Front Row: S. Hudgins, D. Buck, P. Pahigian, N. Nestor, L. Crompton. Back Row: L. Dickerson, K. Schrow, M. Hatch, E. Landry, J. Cavallaro, D. 
Cruickshank, L. Masessa, E. Pelrine, Absent: S. Farley, R. Cora. 



WORK STUDY 




Front Row: M. Assad, B. Hall, F. Finari, J Roeger, P. Nicholosi, P. Giroux, T Carraher M. Desroisers, M Gordon. Second Row: C. Nartiff, K 
Melia, S. Petichelli, C Spence, K. Feather, D. Calabrese, G Gillespie, L. Moynard Back Row: D Hall, M. Donahue, J. Stravinskas, F. Lopresti, S. 
Albert, S. Arnold, K. McCarthy, D. Booth, K. Faucher, B Muroch, T Downey 



CLASS OFFICERS 



Cyndi Donegan 
Sec reta ry 

Annmargaret Connolly 
Treasurer 



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President 

John Fitzpatrick 



Vice President 
Scott Jenkins 



Secretary 

Sandy Morcinkevich 



SENIOR COUNCIL 




First Row: C. Leger, L. Charette, Second Row: B. Peryy, K. Kenney, K Kolofoles, R. Mullin, J. Palermo, D. Contarino, J. Guzaj, M. Carney, L. 
Fusco, S. Morrissey, R. Cateau, Third Row: D. Stott, D. Hajjar, T. Mullin, M. Manning, P. Lever, L. Dipietro, R. Sanguedolce, Fourth Row: J 
Jordan, J. Fitzpartick, T. Jalbert, T. Beaulieu, D. Collopy, S. Jenkins, P. Dorsey, B. Gurko, K. Watson, D. Carifo, Missing: K. Woks 1 03 



SKATING CLUB 





Sitting L. TO R: T. Desilets, D. Dimaggio, D. Nieldbala, C. Devine, H. Nightingale, K. Bulovas, L. Carte Hi, Standing ADVISOR: Candia Cook — Doucette 

L TO R: K. Jones, D. Bradbury, S. Woods, C. Field, R. Lemarue, M. Mansor, E. Latullippe, P. Hennessy. 




Pam Dorsey and David Novello 






NEWSPAPER STAFF 




EDITOR — ARTHUR HAGOPIAN 



Front Row: EDITOR — A. Hagopian, L. Yarid. Back Row: S. Lynch, Advisor — L. Longshore, S. Kelley, K. Watts, 
W. Khentigan, J. Gray, W. Barbin, Absent — P. Moore. 



PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB 




Front: K. Kolofoles. Middle: Advisor — M. Caruso, M. Contarino, K. Watts. Back: G. Jenkins, S. Donahue, Absent — M Morse. 



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YEARBOOK STAFF 




Assistant Editor — Karen Waks 



Front Row L. to R: A. Baker, D. Stott, P. Lever, T. Mullin, S. Morrissey, C. Leger, C. Devine, Back Row: B. 
Mustapha, M. Manning, R. Mullin, D. Caraccio, K. Kolofoles, J. Fitzpatrick, K, Kenney, J Delucca, Advisor — D. 
Devine. 




Front Row L. to R: D. Desai, D. Dimaggio, T. Kerman, K. Woks, Bock Row: K. Bell, T. From, D. Carito, A Hogopion 







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ADVISOR — MR. ISADOR 



CADETS AND RANGERETTES 




Front Row (l-r) Drill Instructor T. Daniel Tearno, Marya Ortiz, Stephen Couture, Peter 
Ramos, Lana Silva. Second Row — Michael Higginbottom, Donna Niedbala, Michelle 
Valoras, Laurianne Vermette, Jerry Love. Third Row — Michael Reidl, Deborah 
Cahallane, Michelle Hennessey, Cathy O'Brien, George Vinciguerra. Fourth Row — 
David Norcia, Carol [.'Italian, Michael Cullum, Laura Battaglia, David DeBurro. Top 
Row — Ellen Dignam, Barbara Guzuski, Kathy Gabour. 



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(l-r) Female without weapon Team Commander Cathy O'Brien, Female with Weapons Commander 
Michelle Valoras, New England Champion, Female Individual Drill Michelle Hennessey. 






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FOOTBALL 

The football team finished with a 4-5- 1 
record for the second year in a row. 
They showed a vast improvement and 
a lot of spirit. Mark Bardwell and Mike 
Jozokos were voted to the All-League 
team. 




Seniors: Mike Donahue, Joe Panto, Eric Wunderlich, Mike Noorigian, Mike Warren, John Wrobel, Sal Finochiaro, Andy 
Baker, Glenn Saba, Mike Carney, Tony Nasucci, Rick Morse, Pete Lacroix, Joe Mulligan, Rich Eb, Joe Hollins, Chuck 
Bonnano, John Muise, John Walsh, Joey DiPalermo, Jay Guzaj, John Whittaker. 




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SOCCER 

The team had a fine 9-4-3 
record and missed the state 
tournament by just one point. 
Their season included a big 
upset win over undefeated 
Billerica. Jeff Roeger and Dan 
Caraccio made the All-League 
team. 




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Seniors: Brian Battaglia, John Hadley, Steve Sanville, Jeff Roeger, Bob Waitkevitch, Bill Barry, Paul Griskevich, Doug Moore, Jay 
Zenevitch, Mark Machera, Mark Rafre, Captains Dave Collopy, Dan Caraccio, and Dave Gemallaro. 












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FIELD HOCKEY 

The girls won the Merrimack Valley 
Conference with a 12-0-2 record. They 
made it to the first game of the state 
tournament. Goalie Sandy Ward was 
undefeated in 28 games in two years. Paula 
Hynes and Nancy Szostak also had great 
seasons. All 3 girls were Eagle Tribune 
All-Stars. 




VOLLEYBALL 

The girls finished 8-8 and displayed a lot of 
hard work and dedication. Cindy Donnegan 
made the A 1 1- League team. 




Seniors: Linda Smith and Lori Ann Charette. 





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COUNTRY 

The girls finished 9-0 and were the Merrimack 
Valley Champions. The team had its best 
season ever and did well in the states also, led 
by Sheila Palumbo. 




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COUNTRY 




The team, finishing with a 6-3 record, had some 
close battles along the way. Frank Lemieux and 

Mike Dechane made the All-League team. Seniors: Bob Talanian, Jeff Desrosiers, Rick Pepin, Mike Dechane, Tom Beaulieu, Tim Haley. 



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The girls had a 7-4 record and did wel 
in the states. Terry Landry, Cindy 
Battye, and Ann Margaret Connoly 
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The boys had a 4-6 record which was a big 
improvement from last year. Rick Landry was 
voted most valuable swimmer, Jack Hammond 
was most valuable diver, and John Padvaiskas 
was most improved swimmer. 



Seniors: Mark Nightingale, Paul Savastano. Juniors: Shawn Cronin, Mike Cullem, Jack Hammond, Paul 
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BASKETBALL 

The girls won the Merrimack Valley 
Conference Title with a 13-1 record. 
Unfortunately they were eliminated in the first 
game of the play-offs. Nancy Rochefort and 
Nancy Szostak had great offensive years. Both 
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BASKETBALL 

The boys had one of their best seasons ever, 
finishing with an 18-5 record. Their great 
accomplishments included a big win over 
Andover and a trip all the way to the 
semi-finals in the state tournament. 



Captains: Bob Gurka, Dan Caraccio, and Charlie Nassar 




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The team had an 8-9-2 season, 
including a win over Billerica. Dave 
Marchand was the standout goalie 
for the Rangers, making All- 
League and All-Scholastic. Bill 
DePardo made the Eagle Tribune 
All-Stars. 




Seniors: Scott Aubrey, Jim Fleming, Paul Griskevich, Shawn Morrissey, Bill DePardo, Scott Edwards, Randy Zacharias, Dave 
Marchand. 




GYMNASTICS 

The girls were MVC Champs, undefeated in 
the league, and had an overall record of 
9-1. Karla Pattavina was voted best 
gymnast in the league and Pam Farley and 
Debbie Hersch were also on the All-Star 
team. 




Seniors: Terry Scuito, Judy Novak, Debbie Hersch, Lori Charette. 




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had one of their best seasons ever. They 
finished 3rd in the league, first in the state 
playoffs, and 6th in the state finals. Chris 
McEvoy, Nick DuPuis, Rick Peglow, and 
Rick Appleyard were voted to the 
All-League team. 



Seniors: Tony Masucci, Paul Giordano, Rick Peglow, Terry Neel, Chris McEvoy, Mike Lorenzo, Bob Waitkevich, Rick 
Appleyard. 




WRESTLING 

The boys finished 1 1-5 in what was 
Methuen's best season ever. The team 
did well in the states. Marty Bolduc had 
the highest placing for Methuen and 
made All-League. 




SKI TEAM 

The team finished 5-5 and had 
some outstanding performances in 
the season despite the practically 
snowless winter. 




GIRLS 
INDOOR 
TRACK 

The team finished 7-2 
and had great 
performances all 
season. Cheryl 
Grasso, Monique 
Wheeler, and Sheila 
Palumbo made the 
All-League team and 
also did well in the 
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Seniors: Jim Buco, Mike Dechane, Tim Haley, Pete Lacroix, Joe Mulligan, JayXBuzaj, Tim Fram, Andy Baker, John Walsh, Jeff Desrosiers, 
Joe Hollins, Tom Beaulieu, Sal Finochiaro, Mike Carney. 



BOYS 
INDOOR 
TRACK 

The team finished with a 
7-2 record losing close 
battles to Billerica and 
Andover. Mike Carney, Sal 
Finochiaro, Joe Canzano 
and Mark Bardwell did 
well in the states. Tim 
Haley was an Eagle 
Tribune All-Star in the 
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BASEBALL 

The boys finished second in the MVC with a 
13-5 mark. They made it to the quarter- 
finals in the state tourney. Leading 
the Rangers were MVP John Poublon, 
undefeated pitcher Bill Simm, and batting 
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Seniors: First Row — Rick Morse, Mike Wnek, Doug Moore, John Poublon, Dave Gemellaro, Ron Masucci. Second 
Row — Tony Masucci, Bill Simm, Bart Parillo, John Muise. 




SOFTBALL 

The team had its greatest season ever, 
finishing 18-1. They were the MVC 
champs and made it to the state 
semi-finals. Nancy Szostak and Patty 
Lyons were voted to the Ail-Star team 
and Nancy was voted MVP of the 
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TENNIS 

The girls had a fine season 
finishing second in the 
Merrimack Valley Conference 
with a 12-4 record. They 
also did well in the State 
Tournament losing in their 
second round to first seed 
Dover-Sherborn. Jodi Grillo, 
Cyndi Donegan, Cara 
Fascione, and Karen Waks 
were named to the All-League 
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TENNIS 

The Methuen Boys Tennis 
Team had a record of 8-9 
which is indicative of an 
improving team. Coaches Don 
Smith and Paul Noiseux look 
forward to the future and 
continued improvement and a 
successful season next spring. 
The tennis team this year 
defeated Central Catholic for 
the first time and trounced 
Andover twice. 




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GIRLS 
TRACK 

The girls wound up the season 
with a 7-2 record. They had 
consistant great performances 
from Cheryl Grasso, Sheilah 
Palumbo, and Monique 
Wheeler. Monique was the 
state champion in the shot put. 
The girls should be even better 
next year as they lose only 4 
seniors. 




BOYS 
TRACK 

The track team finished the 
year as MVC champions with a 
great 9-0 record. It was the 
second year in a row that the 
team was undefeated. The 
boys also finished second in 
the state meet. The boys were 
led by Mike Carney, Mark 
Bardwell, Joe Canzano, and 
MVP Sal Finocchiaro. 




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Seniors: First Row — Mike Loorenzo, Tim From, Andy Baker, Mike Carney, Tim Haley, Jack Fleming, Randy Zacharias, John Walsh. 
Second Row — Mike Dechane, Mark Machera, Tom Bealieu, Jeff Desrosiers, Jay Guzaj, Sal Finocchiaro, Pete Lacroix. 

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The Methuen High golf team had a 
successful record with 12 wins, 2 losses, 
and 2 ties. Methuen was in the chase for 
the Merrimack Valley title up until the 
last scheduled match between 
Chelmsford and Andover. Methuen has 6 
of its 8 players returning for the '81 
season. The prospects are high that the 
team could win the league title. 




Seniors: Charlie Nassar and Jay Zenevitch 




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We arrived as freshmen in the fall of 1976 to Methuen High School. In the course 
of our four years here, some of us felt the school should have taken on a more 
personal, lived-in look. The bathrooms and lockers, once unmarred, soon 
displayed catchy sayings and masterpieces of art. (We always knew there was 
talent in this class.) Thanks to our resident pyromaniac, the North House 
bathrooms were remodeled — finally. 

But back in 1 976, as naive and innocent freshmen, we were guided to our classes 
(usually the wrong ones) by the trusted upperclassmen. We soon learned our way 
around the school (with no help from them), but we weren't as naive as they 
thought. We finally realized that being freshmen was the perfect excuse for 
arriving late to classes. Some of us, especially Chris Haigh and Michelle Catania, 
became quite proficient in the art of being tardy to the point of absenteeism. Our 
class officers at the time were the following: Karen Murad, Paula Hynes, and Pegi 
Lever. 

With one year behind us, we adapted to the roll of "sophomores" very easily. 
Although we could no longer be classified as "wet behind the ears," John Hadley 
proved to be wet all over after an unexpected shower in Biology lab. With the help 
of Dale Dimaggio, Paula Hynes, Gael Heggarty, and Pegi Lever, our class officers, 
we received our rings. Feeling as if we could do no wrong, we flaunted our new 
rings from Josten's under the nose of every underclassman we could find. 

Sophomore year sped by, and we were soon juniors. Though we wished to prove 
ourselves as upperclassmen, we were forced to be classified as underclassmen for 
the powderpuff football game — which we lost (We would have won if it weren't 
for the referees). We started to make regular trips to guidance as we looked ahead 
to our college years. SAT's, college fairs, and catalogue collecting was soon upon 
us. Our two formal events of the year, organized by our class officers Dale 
Dimaggio, John Fitzpatrick, Karen Waks and Pegi Lever, were the Holly Ball and 
The Junior Semi-Formal at DiBurro's in Bradford. Speaking of formal events, all 
the junior Honor Society inductees of the 1978-79 school year fondly remember 
how they all changed their names to Diane Moore for one day, the day of 
induction. Stevens Studio stopped by that year to snap pictures of our lovely faces 
for the yearbook, and they nearly succeeded. 

Then the day finally came, the day we walked through the doors of Methuen 
High School as seniors. But as we walked through those doors, we acquired more 
than just the title of seniors, we acquired a fatal and fun disease called senioritis. 
We were eager to find out just how much fun we could have and just how much we 
could get away with. Surely we all remember our favorite cheerleaders at the 
powderpuff football game, Mike DeChane, Jay Guzaj, Tim Haley, Ronnie Masucci, 
Mike Lorenzo, Bill Barry, Dave Marchand (who did some advertising for Burger 
King), John Poublon, Mark Machera, and Doug Moore to name a few. 

Our Football Team with its four captains Glenn Saba, Andy Baker, Tony 
Masucci, and Mike Carney was strongly supported by devoted fans who followed 
the team in many-a-car caravans. Shawn Morrissey and Chris Murray became 
very handy with a spray can (though they failed spelling) and Ronnie Masucci took 
a quickie course in turkey sitting at football games. Speaking of birds, Mr. Russell 
must have been thrilled to have an attentive student in his class the day the seagull 
made its visit, and we are sure the science department was also thrilled when they 
found some of their students showed an interest in nuclear power. By the way, 
complete plans to the Seabrook Nuclear Power Plant may be obtained from Mike 
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hand experience. To get back to birds, Gina Berthiaume, Janet Delucca, and 
Arthur Hagopian went to Cape Cod one school day in search of seagulls (probably 
the relatives of the ones that attended Mr. Russell's class) and to their surprise, 
they bumped into Methuen High School's Student Senate. They were almost 
bumped out of Methuen High School. 

The year flew by and before we knew it, the weather was getting warmer. Beach 
day became an often-used phrase and what better to do at the beach than play 
volleyball. Lisa DiPietro, Tom Beaulieu, and John Fitzpatrick would like to thank 
the Methuen High School Physical Education Department for the use of their 
volleyball poles. Kittery, Maine was also a favorite vacation spot. I hear the 
postcards from there are very nice. 

Not only has this year produced many great vacations, but it has also produced 
some great sports teams. The soccer team led by Dan Caraccio, Doug Moore, 
Dave Gemollaro, and Dave Collopy produced a successful season although Mr. 
Sorter learned how cold one's ears could get without any hair to cover them. The 
track teams had many stars during the course of the year, such as Mike DeChane, 
Andy Baker, Tim Haley, Cheryl Grasso, Faith Kenyon, and Donna Carbonneau. 
The team was also known for their trips to Dartmouth and New York where each 
team member was said to make friends quickly. Jeff Desrosiers became the 
constant companion to a bucket, every time his face turned green. Unlike 1978, 
when snow was in abundance, the ski team had one of its slower seasons. They did, 
however, enjoy every minute running the stairs. Thanks to the help of seniors like 
Debbie Brearly, Nancy Szostak, Ro Catteau, Nancy Rochefort and Sandy Ward, 
girl's basketball, softball, and field hockey had terrific seasons and captured many 
titles. 

But the year's activities were not yet over. The not-soon-to-be-outdone Senior 
Class Play, "The Beverly Hillbillies" made its debut in mid-March 1980. The play, 
starring Dave Collopy, Kathy Kenney, Matt Foderaro, and Jude Jennings was a big 
success. And Next time Big Jethro reaches into a paper shopping bag, he'll be 
more careful about what he pulls out. Mary Beth Manning, Kathi Welch, and Pegi 
Lever also made their presence known on the stage in more ways than one, Mary 
Beth with her bathing suit, Kathi with her voice, and Pegi with her ostrich feathers. 
Arthur Hagopian, Kathi Leger, Ralph Lorenza and Debbie Contarino also 
contributed great performances and their excellent humor to make the play a 
success. The parties afterwards were quite a hit, too, even if some of us had to sit 
under the table. And Arthur and Jay danced the last waltz divinely together during 
the play party Saturday night at Diburro's Restaurant. 

As the close of our senior year is now upon us, we have celebrated with parties, 
beach days, banquets, and awards and, of course, the Senior Prom, thanks to John 
Fitzpatrick, Scott Jenkins, Sandy Marcinkevich, and Jim Buco. Everyone who 
attended will not easily forget how Mary Jane Jennings and Arthur Hagopian sang 
their way into the hearts of millions that night. The Sheraton Rolling Green 
provided a pleasant atmosphere in which we could enjoy Labonza, Messenger, and 
the evening, but the Showcase Cinema, and the beach provided a better 
atmosphere in which we could enjoy the morning. 

With June 8th close at our heels, we would like to wish all of you a happy 
graduation, and we hope that the memories you have gathered at Methuen High 

School are ones you will cherish forever And that's the way it was. 

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CLASS WILL 




We, the Senior Class of 1 980, being of somewhat sound mind and body, do hereby bequeath the following possessions to our 
fellow classmates and faculty members: 

We, Lisa DiPietro and Mary Beth Manning, leave to Mrs. Vanhorn, Mr. Rigby's book, "How to Cope with Senioritis." Good 
Luck. 

I, Sandy Marcinkevich, leave Mr. Hughes one thrown out arm I never accomplished. As Senior Class Secretary of 1980, I 
leave to the Senior Class Secretary of 1981 a heck of a job. 

We, Kath and Cath, leave Mrs. Krusell one parrot who speaks English. 

I, Statz, leave Mr. Klimas my shirt in hopes that he can fill it. 

We, Noreen, Marisa, Mike C, Gretchen, Mark, and Mike D., leave Mrs. McGrath another year with T.J. Qualters, A bottle of 
409, and a roll of paper towels to wipe away the mistakes. 

I, Kaka, leave Inga baby, 10 steady Michael A's who are Catholic and no hassles from Mom. I also leave her many more fun 
years at our home away from home. 

We, Rick Appleyard and Pam Dorsey, leave Mr. Salemi an audition on the Gong Show to tell his jokes. 

I, Rick Appleyard, leave my gymnastics colleagues all my pushups and situps for next year's season. I also leave my brother 
Jeff, gladly. 

We, C level physics class, leave Wild Bill Russell, "Joe Pro Physics Major Michael Sexton," the boy who thinks he knows 
everything except Mr. Russell's phone number. 

I, Karen, leave Mr. Russell one pink bubble popped all over my face for his own personal satisfaction for all the many times I 
nearly got it in his physics class. 

We, Marissa, Jane, and Sue, leave Miss Dinan an evening at the Kahala with Tom Day. 

I, Mother Zonkers, leave Sharon Roberge, one large box of Kleenex. 

We, the second row of Mr. Melnicki's 6th period class, leave him the second half to his class which we missed regularly. 

I, Dave, leave my locker to a poor freshman. 

We, the late Donna Tracy, Kathy, Karen, Dianne, and Jane leave to Boo, six bloody noses, five rowdy parties, four aching 
muscles, three extra pounds, two sprained ankles, and one great ski weekend at Pat's Peak. Thanks. 

I, Al, leave Mr. Dodson "Frank" to carry on a tradition of noise in F level study where I left off. 

We, Tom and Tim, leave to Tony Vicari the Captainship of the Archaelogy Club. 

I, Nancy, leave John a bottle to put his finger in. 

We, Ellen, Cathy, and Marissa, leave Mr. Melnicki, three attentive students to fill our seats in the back row. 

I, Gayle, leave Miss Dinan, my book, my pen, and one Rick Ratched. 

We, Robin and Tracy, leave to all our guests who attended our New Year's Eve party, birthday party, open houses, and 
miscellaneous parties, future invitations to Fitchburg State and one totally demolished house. P.S. Thanks for the hole in 
the wall! 

I, Maria, leave to Mr. Salmohnson, one case of Pepsi and one bag of M & M's. 

We, Robin and Donna, leave to Mark and Kenny one word of warning — Behave! 



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I, Gary, leave to Gregg Canavo, my telephone number to call for help with college next year. I leave a Raspberry to all those 
who voted me shyest boy. I leave Brian Cyr 1 ,000 pads of paper to leave his trademark on. I also leave Mr. Sieg 1 00 easy 
problems to be embarrassed with. 

We, Al and Dawn, leave to Debbie her own personal parking space in the third lot with her name on it. 

I, Wacky, leave to my partner Cara Fascione, many Ketchup and Mustard sets, net volleys off the frame of the racket, a very 
painful loss to Tewksbury, and good luck in next year's season. 

We, Debbie and A I, leave to Dawn many days and nights to love them and leave them. 

I, Ann Marie, leave to Nicky a diploma in case he doesn't graduate. 

We, Connie, Al, and Dawn, leave to Sue our own private Pink Floyd autographed table in Dining Room 3. 

I, Lisa, leave to Mr. Pilatall the Italian power I've got. I leave the underclassmen girls the responsibility to give Mr. Jones and 
Mr. Pilat their Valentine's kisses. I leave Miss Bailey one more exciting year of Donna Lawrence and I leave one lucky 
freshman my homeroom seat right next to Mr. Z. 

We, Mrs. Wilman's Steno II Class leave her one used Jarmac Machine. 

I, Sandy, leave my love to Mark. 

We, Kim and El, leave Mr. Austin the reply, "Yes we eat with these mouths." 

I, Audrey leave Mrs. Benner-Hall some hope for kids today. 



We, Kim, Audrey, Jean, Gayle, Sue, and Lynne, leave Miss Dinan her own death bed where she can remember the objective 
case. 

I, Prez, leave the V.C., many crazy memories with the hope that we'll all eventually drop out. 

We, Kim and Jolene, leave Mark, Kerri, Keith, and Scott good luck in the zoo next year. 

I, Laura Diodati, leave my brick in the wall to any junior who thinks he can handle the responsibility. 

We, Arthur, Janet, and Gina, leave Mrs. Troianello all our maps to Hyannis, Plymouth, and Boston University for her future 
use. 

I, Salvatore Finocchiaro, leave Mr. Pilat my job at Gande's. Good Luck! I also leave Mr. Gurry all my notes. 

We, Mr. Czarnec's Third Level Degenerates leave him Mike Barrett permanently. 

I, Dave Collopy, leave my jokes to anyone that can take not having them laughed at. 

We, Paula, Gael, Judy, Cheryl, Carole, Kim, Wayne, Mike, Scott, and Mark, leave Mrs. Swider three years of forged notes in 
homeroom. 

I, Jackie Finnegan, leave to all the kids at the corner, my locker, to be used as their private stash. 

We, the third period class of Mr. Melnicki leave one glow in the dark tie to match his shining shoes and five vacant seats in 
the right hand corner of the room in peace and quiet. 

I, Joyce Godsey, leave my famous hat to keep out the draft. I leave Mrs. Shaw one permanent Shhh!!! I leave Mrs. Pelletier 
one "Yes" for all those little favors I ask for. I leave Mrs. Lyons 20 copies each of The Grapes of Wrath and The Great 
Gatsby in case of theft. I leave Mr. Melnicki a new group of police explorers for his fifth period class. 

We, Connie, Al, and Dawn, leave Lynn a bottle of bleach to always keep her hair "naturally" blonde. 
I, Lase I, leave one mother sized apple tree and an extra pair of climbing shoes to Lase II and Weezy. 






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We, Terri, Paula, Al, Mike, and Mark, leave Mrs. Benner-Hall the tape of our oral reports so she'll never forget her 
"favorite" students. 

I, Mark leave Mr. Russell a clean lab coat. 

We, Miss Mallen's first and last period classes leave her one pair of dungarees and a sense of humor. 

I, Kathy Veit, leave Miss Wagner all my ceramic pieces so that she can use them in all the art exhibits she wants. 

We, Jude Jennings and Kathy Veit, leave five decks of cards and a book entitled "501 Card Games to Play When You're 
Bored" to all the people who have Ma Hovanasian's TV Backstage Production Class. 

I, Jane Kelleher, leave Cara Fascione one bushel of strawberries with one gallon of sour cream to satisfy her midnight 
cravings. 



We, Karen Feather and Michelle Brown, leave Miss Kevgas all of our bubble gum. 

I, Jane, leave Sue a lifetime membership to the Eric and Barry Fan Club and this time I promise to be good. 









We, the third period class, leave Mrs. St. Pierre, our three years of note passing, troublemaking, daydreaming, and all our 
bookkeeping work. 

I, Cheryl Morgan, leave Donna Poulin, two more years at Methuen High School. I leave Darlene, Michelle, and Chuck Smith 
all the beach days next year. I also leave the downstairs northouse bathroom to all the girls who have nicotine fits. 

We, the G Level Ecology Class, leave Pistol Pete Mazaglia, one catfish to replace the one that was stabbed to death. 

I, Jay Guzaj, leave a legacy of perversion which I challenge any junior to better 

We, John Walsh and Chuckie Bonanno leave Mark Bardwell the letters S.M.O. to be carried on in future generations. 

We, Sue and Carole, leave to Joanne and Cathy, the emergency exit to the escalator. 

I Sue, leave to Joe, all my private detectives. 

We, Mr. Russell's third period class tried to leave him Jay Guzaj but he wouldn't stay. 

I, Chris Milone, leave to Claudine Parillo and Robin Casper all the partying places that are safe. 

We, Mike Lorenzo and Mike Carney, leave Mark Lever to Mr. Klimas as a remembrance of the pole vaulters. 

I, Melanie, leave Mr. Melnicki a megaphone and I leave Mr. Russell a new set of standardized physics tests. 

We, Lynn and Melanie, leave Mr. Jones a restraining jacket. We also leave to Miss Mallen "something more." 

I, Lisa DiPietro, leave to Joe Mulligan an empty bag of guts because he has more than he needs, and half the rights to the 
movie, "Joe Mulligan, the Man and The Myth" and its sequel "A Force of Mull." I also leave to Mike Carney a brand new 
locker for when he bent a crowbar while etching "I'll get revenge" three layers deep on my locker. 

We, Dale Dimaggio and Dianne Stott, leave to next year's varsity cheerleading captains Robin Bailey and Pom Quinn lots of 
patience and luck. 

I, Donna Hajjar, leave to my bestest buddy Dianne Stott the ABC's. 

We, Mrs. Wilcock's F and G level classes leave Muros en la costa and five final words "lo que Pasa es que . . ." 

I, Joanne Torla, leave all my teachers the blueprints I used for making Corridor passes, my Marlboro 100's butts in the 
bathroom, and to Mary Ellen Monte I leave my seat on the bus. 

We, Frank, Kim, Biff, John, and Mark, leave Mrs. Eckman a greenhouse full of ferns, and her very own bagel factory down in 
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I, Kim Watts, leave to Miss Stella, one capable student to clean her dark room during midyears and finals. I also leave Penny 
to the art department to carry on where I left off. 

We, the seniors of the 1979 Soccer Team leave Mr. Sorter one lasagna dinner, 28 overworked legs, far too many injuries, 
one win over the undefeated Indians, and most importantly one "scalping." 

I, Dave Collopy leave Miss Contarino a stack of passes to give any senior who may be late for his first period class. I leave my 
sister Alicia a legitimate excuse to be walking the halls, and I leave Ma Hovanasian a book of excuses on why I'm leaving 
class, late for class, or not in class at all. 

We, the seniors of Miss Devine's fourth period Trigonometry and Analytic Geometry class leave . . . Thank God! 

I, Steve Lodge, leave Mr. Herlihy an all expense paid trip to Hades, and a new down parka for his journey. I donate a life size 
autographed poster of myself to Mrs. Pelletier and the Media Center Staff. Finally, I leave Mike Barrett a Briggs and 
Stratton 1.5 horse power engine to replace the boat anchor 225 he has in his duster. 

We, Mary Beth and Lauri Ann leave Miss Mallen a 45 cut of "Enough is Enough" by Donna Summer and Barbara Streisand. 

I, Donna Poulin, leave my sister Barbara to Miss Cade for two more years. 

We, Mr. Czamec's fourth level degenerates, leave Doug Latullippe a series of bruises and a one year membership at the 
Mary Jane's studio of Self Defense. 

I, Debbie leave Jay and Carol D. the corner of my leaving room to do whatever they want under the table, and I leave all my 
love and thanks to the members of the Senior Class Play for making my party a big success. 

We, the Senior Class of 1980, leave Mr. Tahan a job, complete with a year's supply of passes in a rainbow of colors. 

I, Gaylord, leave Daisy the mellifluous moon, some stationary stars, and a few peripetetic planets. 

We, Mike Havey, Gael, and Ann, as the seniors of Period 6's TV class, leave Pat Moser a new set of Olympic weights, a press 
bench and a four wheeler shirt. 

I, Joyce Fram, leave the attendance cards to whoever wants them. 

We, Sandy, Marie, Laurie, Nancy R., and Nancy S., leave to Miss Bailey, Miss Allen, Mrs. Burgeron, Mrs. Stott, and Ma 
Szostak, an empty office with plenty of air to breathe, lots of chairs, and one Italian sub from five corners. 

I, Tracy Jalbert, leave John Fitzpatrick to Mr. Whiting for another year of headaches and aggravation. 

We, Gael and Paula, leave some poor unfortunate student a good excuse for not bringing report cards home .... such as 
the office burned down! 

I, Jude Jennings leave my sister Mary Jane all my love and a life size statue of Miss Piggy. I also leave all the future students 
of Mrs. Steele's Machine Transcription class a plastic typewriter to throw against the wall when they get aggravated. 

We, John Fitzpatrick, Scott Jenkins, Bill Perry, John Wrobel, and Cathy Leger, leave to Mr. Nicholson a postcard from the 
shores of Kittery, Maine. 

I, Karen, leave to Mr. Jennings, my collection of Monarch Notes for Red Badge of Courage, Macbeth, Romeo and Juliet, a 
Tale of Two Cities, Richard III, and Canterbury Tales — you can keep them. 

We, the cast of Who's Counting leave Mary Jane Jennings Anthony DeFeo Forever & ever. 

I, Arthur Hagopian, leave Mary Jane Jennings a bucket which she can carry her tunes in. I also leave Shirley Hovanasian all 
my love, all my life. 

We, Elaine and Karen, leave Miss Allen and the Girls' Tennis Team, cookies sneaked before a match, many cheated laps 
around the busloop, three cheers for the busdriver, and a Lawrence Welk good night. 



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I, Maria Contarino, leave Bill Perry, John Wrobel, Margarite Demonaco, and Joanne Contarino, curfews, fights, a sex quiz 
never finished, a surprise birthday party, and a lot of laughs. I also leave my sister Joanne one big Zit for her Senior Prom. 

We, Marissa, Kim, and Jane leave Miss Dinan one terrific guy named Charlie and a bunch of guys playing football on the 
beach. 

I, Dawna Carbonneau, leave Alice and Sheilah a book of 101 ways to get out of practice. I also leave Mr. Hughes running on 
and on and on . . . 

We, Deb, John, and Boo, leave Kathy Kenney one lifeguard and one case of Molson. 

I, Jane Hathaway leave my What Ho to whoever wants it in next years' senior play. 

We, Janet, Arthur, and Paul leave Cheryl a fishmarket full of cod, Salisbury Beach at 5:00 in the morning, and Murray's 
bathroom key. 

I, Janet, leave Gina an open phone line anytime she needs me. I leave Cheryl a senior year as fun as mine was and the nerve 
to do anything. I leave Diane the power to understand, and Donna Lynn, Debbie, Darlene, and Maureen the power to help 
her. 

We, Mr. Lebowitz's B level class, leave him Andy Baker. 

I, Kathi Welch, leave Robin, Laurie, Gina, Sharon, Jackie, Dina, and Chantell, one pot of gold, two large kegs of beer, three 
complete days of "snow," four fifths of J.D., five large rooms to party in, six days to recover, and seven gorgeous men. 

We, Kathy and Donna, leave to Mrs. Ken Hall, 10 pink frilly uncomfortable dresses for her little girl and one football shirt, 
dungarees, and sneakers for the little boy that someday she might have. 

I, Pegi Lever, leave Mr. Halbauer two years' supply of descriptive modifiers to frustrate his students. 

We, the "girls," leave Mr. Donlan 500 basketball programs to do with what he wills. 

I, Dianne Stott, leave Pegi Lever 1 Christmas wreaths, 1 basket, and an accomplice for life. I leave Cathy Leger one million 
pieces of gum for future tests. I leave Mark Bardwell my best buddy to love and take care of. I leave my best buddy Hajj, 
" AVi dozen." I, "Big B" leave Little B" all the ruff times we've been through but it's been fun. 

We, Donna, Dianne, Karen, Pegi, Boo, and the Twins, leave to Mr. Parolisi, a couple of cases of beer to give to his next years' 
Powder Puff Football Team while they are still in training. 

I, Sherri Smith, leave Kim Watson one million and one Pink Stickers. 

We, the seniors of the North House Activities Area, leave to Mr. Hughes and Mr. Lebowitz, The Class of 1 98 1 , to scream at, 
to give detention to, to tell them to stop eating, to ask them if they are on yearbook staff, to hit, and to send to Mr. 
Nicholson. The North House Activities Area says Good-bye! .. 

I, Kim Watson, leave Mr. Russell, one big mouthed girl who gets as embarrassed as I do in all of his classes. I leave Sherri 
Smith one Mr. Bill T-shirt, one lifesized Mr. Bill doll, and one sound proof room so she can scream OH NOOO MR. BILL as 
much as she wants. I also leave my locker to the manly John Hadley. 






We, Kim and John leave Mr. Halbauer, a sea of grinning faces and spit to choke on. 



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We, Joyce Godsey and Arthur Hagopian leave Miss Walsh a life time enrollment at the "Joe Louise School of Charm" and 
The Dale Carnegie course on "How to Win Friends and Influence People." We also leave her a class of new freshmen to 
satisfy her sadistic needs. 



We, the Senior Class of 1 980 leave to Mr. Whiting, our thanks for his generous time and the courage to go on for at least one 
more year. 

We, Karen and Arthur leave each other — GLADLY!! 

Signed and attested to this fifth day of June Nineteen Hundred and Eighty. 

Karen Waks and Arthur Hagopian 



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CLASS PROPHECY 



Good evening ladies and gentlemen and welcome to our tenth annual reunion. Before we arrived this evening we did a 
little research and found out a little about some of you. We'd like to take this time now and tell you what we found out about 
you and your classmates that graduated in the year nineteen hundred and eighty. 

Rick Morse has finally found his first job; he's wrestling alligators in Florida. 



Mark Victory and Ralph Titone have become concert promoters in Boston. Ralph is still attending concerts in a drunken 
stupor but he leaves his kids at home locked in the closet. 



Sandy Gendron has finally hit success in the field of Chemical Engineering. She is now being used as a laboratory rat at the 
University of Lowell where she graduated from in 1984. 



John Walsh is now the publisher of the all new "Walsh Joke Book." 

Gretchen Thoma has become the best artist "Mad Magazine" has had the fortune of hiring. 

Mike Havey, Brian Battaglia, and Mark Higginbottom have become Mass. State Troopers. Mike has recently been decorated 
for arresting Mike Stevenson for the possession of Heroin with the intent to distribute to his girlfriend. 



Sandy Ward has left her fame and fortune as a professional Field Hockey Player for a better job. Sandy now coaches the 
Methuen High Field Hockey Team in place of Mrs. Mimi Hyde Stott. • 



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Janice Winn has become a famous model; she is modelling children's clothes for the Sears Roebuck Catalogue. 



Gael Hegarty is happily married to Tom and is successful in the field of television production with the A. B.C. television 
network. 



Ronny Massucci has just gone back for his masters degree at A. A. 

Bob Fillipon can be found at Methuen High School in S.W.-14, still arguing with Mrs. Carrier about his B-average and the 1 .2 
points that she wouldn't give him for the A-average. 

Cathy Devine has bought into a chain of "Dairy Queen's". Her only problem is that she eats all the profits. During the Winter 
months Cathy operates a snowplow service. 

Tim Haley is now taking Karate lessons to learn how to block that "round-house" kick. 

Paul Nicolosi can be seen driving around the streets of Methuen peddling miscellaneous goods out of the back of a van. 

Julie Gillette has become the new Farrah Fawcett. Julie can be seen appearing in one episode of "General Hospital." 

Dale DiMaggio is now operating her own interior decorating service. Her specialty lies in High School lockers. 

Kathy Leger has just cut her first record entitled "Groovey Baby Groovey." Kathy was backed up by "Pink Floyd." 

Andy Baker, John Muise, and Joe Mulligan have become commanders in the Armed Forces. John is a leader in the Marines, 
Joe in the Air Force, and Andy leads the "Sick Bay Commandos." By the way, Joe Mulligan was arrested recently for 
giving candy to little girls. 

Doug Moore is still trying to live down his middle name "Hank." 




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Faith Kenyon has opened her own chain of body-building gymnasiums, Elaine Severance is her best customer. 

Sandy Frass is secretly married to seven guys. 

Chris Murray and Mike Carney now own their own "Table-Talk Pie Co." Now they are all set for future missions. 

Mark Ratte was picked for the 1984 Winter Olympic Ski Team and can be found skiing on the Swiss Alps. 

Jackie Finnigan, still spacey, has graduated from Burdette College and has become a Legal Secretary. 

Kevin St. Laurent has made a drastic change in his life; he has become a Monk in the Rocky Mountains of Colorado. 

Chris Augeri is still trying to find a job so he can loose his nickname "Onion Man." 

Karen Cormier and Lou Yarid have been banned from the country for doing disgusting things in public places. 

Joyce Fram has become the head manager for "Zayre Department Store" in Methuen. 

Donna Hajjar is now happilly married to Mark. Her only complaint is the sore hands that she gets from catching shot puts. 

Pegi Lever has been arrested for disturbing the peace. The complaint was filed by one her neighbors after one of her wild 
"Open Houses." 

Dave Collopy and Dan Carracio can be seen begging on street corners because they lost all their money playing cards with 
Jay Zenevich and Paul Griskevich. 

Scott Edwards is the proud owner of a little stretch of land in Columbia. He also owns a profitable massage parlor for 
women only. 

Mike Wnek has become owner, operator, and chief customer of "Back Bay Liquors." 

John Fitzpatrick is now resting comfortably after an assassination attempt while going into his impeachment hearing. 

Broadway and Hollywood have lost two of the finest dancers that ever graduated from Methuen High School. Lori Charette 
and Debbie Contarino have left their stardom in order to work locally. Lori and Deb now appear at the "Chez-When" on 
weeknights in Lawrence and in Salisbury at the "Tic Toe Club" on weekends. 

Mike Stevenson now owns every Dairy Queen in the western hemisphere. 

The most recent "Numbers Game" winner, Gary Tataronis, can be seen at "Rockingham Park" on Mondays, Wednesdays, 
and Fridays. On Tuesdays and Saturdays he can be found at the "Seabrook Dog Track." On Tuesdays he is at Mt. Carmel 
Church playing "Bingo." 

JoAnn and Lisa are still looking at Mike Gaully's picture. 

Lisa DiPietro can be seen on the "Late Show" starring in the remake of "A Star is Born." The credits read: Arthur Hagopian 
— Producer; Joyce Godsey — Director; Paul Mickee — Light Design; David Veit — Sound. 

Tim Fram now owns his own "Sombrero Manufacturing Company" in Mexico. 

Glenn Saba has taken over "Bishop's Restaurant" and turned it into a Lebanese Strip joint. 

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Jack Fleming has turned his Graphic Arts training into a profitable trade. He now owns his own printing shop and specializes 
in "Greeting Cards." 

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Jim Connolly, Mike Walsh, and Jim Vakioris now head up the "Civil Defence Department. Drills are being conducted every 
Friday and Saturday night. 

Elaine Grasso is the proud owner of a used car lot for old Camaros, Firebirds, and Mercedes. 

Rich Avedesian now owns his own driving school. It is ironically listed as the safest driving school in North America. 

Mike Gravel's body can be found in a semi-conscious state under the "Frolics" at Salisbury Beach. 

Paul Griskevich has opened up his own "Hair Styling Salon." His only customer seems to be himself. 

Kathy McCarthy has found a job working for the U.S. Government. She is the newest "Speaker of the House." 

Frank Mazzotta, after graduating from college, has become a janitor at Methuen High School. He can be found in the Dining 
Rooms cleaning up the messes. 

Tony Bannano owns his own "Mack Truck Co." even though he still can't see out of the windshields. 

Lori Ellis has become the "World Roller Skating Champion." 

Gregg Cannavo has overslept and missed it all. 

Carl Raddamarker can be seen doing "Johnny Winter" imitations on "Don Kirshna's Rock Concert." 

Dan Carraccio is now going door to door knocking on those doors where he knows he can find a good breakfast and a case 
of "Bud." 

Sue Martin is still working at the Methuen High School reception desk. We think that Mrs. Dufton forgot to tell her that she 
graduated. 

Penny Moore has become the "Roller Derby Queen" of the Kansas City Bombers. 

Joe DiPalermo, Mike Moscuzza, John Gregg, and Jeff Hamel are still recovering from heat prostration and massive fly bites 
suffered while on their return trip to Iron Mountain House during the summer. 

Tom Beaulieu is the most recent winner of the Gerald Ford Pro-Am BiAthlon and the George Hamilton Cocoa Butter 
Tanning classic. For the third year in a row he edged out Jeff Desrosiers. Mike Dechane was disqualified for using shoe 
polish. 

Steve Lodge, still trying to grow his mustache, is still souping-up his Oldsmobile Delta 88 for New England Dragway. 

Charlie Nasser has been awarded the first place Blue Ribbon for his display of "Big-Blue." 

John O'Connor has started his own television show. His take-off of "Kung Fu" is entitled "Grasshopper." 





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STUDENT DIRECTORY 



Agnew, Jeffrey 7 Emmert Avenue 

Albert, Sheila 15 Maple Avenue 

Allen, Randall 15 Cider Circle 

Anderson, Deborah 43 North Street 

Anzaldi, Lisa 1 95 Pleasant Valley St. 

Appleyard, Richard 1 Bedford Street 

Ardizzone, Nicholas 24 Weisner Parkway 

Aubrey, Scott 720 Lowell Street 

Augeri, Christopher 6 Cook Street 

Augusta, Robert 27 Oakland Avenue 

Avedisian, Richard 64 Salem Street 

Baillargeon, Renee 12 Winchester Avenue 

Baker, Andrew 60 Hampstead Street 

Balogh, Helen 259 Oak Street 

Baillargeon, Ronald 48 Union Street 

Baranowski, Ellen 30 Lincoln Street 

Barry, William 1 50 Pleasant Street 

Battaglia, Brian 32 Perley Street 

Beaulieu, Thomas 46 Green Street 

Becotte, Deborah 6 Lippold Street 

Begin, James 62 North Street 

Bell, Kevin 131 Butternut Lane 

Benedict, Rhonda 44 Emsley Terrace 

Bernard, Lynne 35 Vincent Avenue 

Berthiaume, Gina 37 Weisner Parkway 

Bibeau, Steven 134 North Street 

Biron, Adam 75 Dale Street 

Bolduc, Martin 54 Harris Street 

Bolis, Susan 41 Wingate Avenue 

Bonanno, Charles 64 Bonanno Court 

Bonanno, Anthony 13 Quincy Street 

Bonfanti, Mary Lou 51 Worcester Street 

Bonneau, Alexander 75 Hampshire Street 

Booth, Debra 23 Weybossett Street 

Borden, Pamela 43 Mystic Street 

Boucher, Stephen 20 Moison Avenue 

Bourassa, Maureen 26 Sheldon Street 

Branchina, Zina 33 Golf Avenue 

Brearley, Deborah 51 Capitol Street 

Bresnahan, Margaret 8 Madison Street 

Breton, Linda 40 Tyler Avenue 

Briscoe, Theodore 43 Kensington Avenue 

Broadhurst, Kathleen 375 Lowell Street 

Brochu, Debbie 83 Pelham Street 

Brooks, Patricia 77 Brown Street 

Brown, Herbert 43 Temple Drive 

Brown, Michele 27 Temple Drive 

Brown, Joyuan 43 Temple Drive 

Buco, James 207 East Street 

Burns, Barbara 9 Deering Avenue 

Caido, Kim 23 Lyndale Avenue 

Calabrese, Debra 10 Oak Crest Circle 

Calderone, Anthony 17 Pitman Street 

Campanile, Kenneth 86 Tower Street 

Campbell, Kimberly 34 Hidden Road 



Campolini, Thomas 56 Oakhill Drive 

Cannavo, Gregg 4 Shirley Avenue 

Carbonneau, Dawna 106 Hampshire Road 

Carelli, Lucia 6 Lesley Avenue 

Caraccio, Daniel 11 Booth Road 

Carito, Donna 115 Swan Street 

Carney, Michael 4 Hollowtree Lane 

Caron, Timothy 11 Linton Avenue 

Caruso, Paul 11 Magna Road 

Catania, Michele 58 Conrad Street 

Catteau, Roanne 29 Lincoln Street 

Cavallaro, Samuel 19 Oak Crest Circle 

Cavanaugh, Susan 7 Duma Road 

Cecil, Wayne 1 Tenney Street 

Chalifour, Janice 6 Cherry Hill Circle 

Charette, Lauri Ann 23 Franklin Street 

Chase, Loreen 9 Boylston Street 

Chester, Kathryn 1 Capitol Street 

Chester, John 1 Capitol Street 

Collins, Elizabeth 63 Oakside Avenue 

Collier, Diane 534 Forest Street 

Collopy, David 65 Ayer Street 

Connolly, James 65 Mystic Street 

Consoli, Henry 20 Delmont Street 

Contarino, Debra 63 Harvard Avenue 

Contarino, Maria 64 Hampshire Street 

Corey, Michele 353 Howe Street 

Corey, Karen 5 Walden Street 

Cormier, Karen 43 Pleasant Street 

Cruz, Eleanor 19 Stafford Street 

Cubelli, Christine 16 Birch Avenue 

Cyr, Brian 830 Riverside Drive 

D'Agata, Joseph 41 Josephine Avenue 

Daley, Ann Marie 79 Union Avenue 

Danisewicz, Ronald 91 Lawrence Street 

Davidson, Susan 35 Hidden Road 

DeBenedetto, William 46 Campus Road 

Dearden, Sharon 23 Butternut Lane 

DeFeo, Susan 30 Bates Street 

DeGregorio, Dina 249 Merrimack Street 

Degaspee, Lee 12 Inglewood Terrace 

Delucca, Janet 14 Duston Drive 

DeLucia, Carla 7 Hemlock Avenue 

Demers, Glenn 1 Giles Street 

Denunccio, Randall 7 Anthony Street 

DePardo, William 109 Milk Street 

Desai, Darshna 7 Alexander Circle 

DeShane, Michael 47 Kirk Street 

Deshaies, Donna 41 Riverdale Street 

Despres, Lynne 18 Russell Street 

Desrosiers, Jeffrey 41 Torino Street 

Devine, Carole 23 Gage Street 

Devine, Cathy 6 Campus Road 

Dimaggio, Dale 14 Perley Street 

Diodati, Laura 77 Newport Street 



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Diodati, Maria 65 Newport Street 

DiPalermo, Joseph 24 Shirley Avenue 

DiPietro, Lisa 16 Cochrane Street 

DiPietro, Theresa 18 Lorenzo Circle 

Donahue, Marisa 31 Magna Road 

Donegan, David 19 Somerset Street 

Donovan, Jerome 30 Sea Street 

Donohue, Michael 12 Tenney Street 

Dorsey, Pamela 23 Cochrane Street 

Dowgiert, Krystyne 36 Phillips Street 

Downey, Tina 142 Pleasant Valley St. 

Doyle, Shean 69 Tower Street 

Drago, Christopher 23 Sheldon Street 

Dube, Mary 70 Union Street 

Dubois, Glenn 11 Moison Avenue 

Duemmling, Jane 5 Short Street 

Dumont, Kathleen 12 Edwards Avenue 

Edwards, Scott 25 Sawyer Street 

Eksoozian, David 24 Mary Lou Street 

Ellis, Laurie 17 Woodland Circle 

Elwell, Lyla 97 Druid Hill Avenue 

England, Terri 47 Cypress Avenue 

Fargnoli, Ann 12 Quincy Street 

Farley, Daniel 1 83 Oak Street 

Faucher, Karen 9 Almont Street 

Fay, Paul 7 Cedar Circle 

Feather, Karen 8 Longview Terrace 

Feugill, Earl 29 Annis Street 

Fillipon, Robert 22 Elmwood Road 

Finnegan, Jaqueline 97 Center Street 

Finno, Bernard 99 Lowell Street 

Finocchiaro, Salvatore 46 West Ayer Street 

Fiorino, Maria 10 Myona Street 

Fitzpatrick, John 183 Pleasant Valley St. 

Flanagan, Brian 6 Pleasant Circle 

Fleming, John 34 Albion Street 

Flemings, Robin 22 Haverhill Street 

Foderaro, Matthew 122 Haverhill Street 

Ford, Kathleen 9 Winthrop Avenue 

Forzese, Richard 189 North Lowell St. 

Fraas, Sandra 55 French Street 

Fram, Joyce 3 Dewey Street 

Fram, Timothy 44 Walton Avenue 

Frechette, Christine 16 Glenwood Avenue 

Furnari, Frank 6 Brookdale Avenue 

Fusco, Lauren 12 Houston Avenue 

Gagnon, Kimberly 8A Pond Street 

Gallant, Use 20 North Lowell St. 

Ganem, Albert 12 School Street 

Gaumond, Scott 87 Golf Avenue 

Gemellaro, David John 18 Conte Drive 

Gendron, Sandra 89 Hazel Street 

German, Michael 522 Lowell Street 

Getchell, Gregory 5 Ridge Street 

Gill, Nancy 471 Lowell Street 

Gillespie, Gayle 593 Lowell Street 

Gillett, Julie Ann 3 Foreside Street 

Giordano, Paul 218 Tenney Street 



Gogjian, Melanie 99 East Street 

Godsey, Joyce 10 Pleasant Street 

Gooding, Charles 14 Webb Street 

Gordon, Cathy 518 Lowell Street 

Gosselin, Lynn 7 Turner Street 

Grasso, Cheryl 119 Butternut Lane 

Grasso, Michael 131 Swan Street 

Grasso, Elaine 96 East Street 

Gravel, Michael 1 Walnut Street 

Gregg, John 200 Berkeley Street 

Griskevich, Paul 14 Conrad Street 

Gross, Kenneth 1 98 Tyler Street 

Guay, Kathleen 82 Wheeler Street 

Guerra, Ramon 13 French Street 

Gurka, Robert 151 East Street 

Guzaj, Joseph 2 William Street 

Hadley, John 409 Forest Street 

Haggar, Linda 5 Woodland Circle 

Hagopian, Amy 334 Hampshire Road 

Hagopian, Ruth 5 Simone Street 

Hagopian, Arthur 257 Lowell Street 

Haigh, Christine 7 Birch Avenue 

Hajjar, Donna 134 Pleasant Street 

Haley, Timothy 3 College Lane 

Hall, Kimberly 14 Kendall Street 

Hall, William 9 Joffre Street 

Hamel, Jeffrey 24 Louise Avenue 

Hanna, Charles 65 Mystic Street 

Hardacre, Judith 16 Pleasant Circle 

Hargreaves, Mary Anne 22 Clayton Avenue 

Hargreaves, Roxanne 28A Railroad Street 

Harris, George 220 Hampshire Street 

Hassey, David 79 Elmwood Road 

Havey, Michael 67 Swan Street 

Hebert, Wayne 35 Deborah Avenue 

Hegarty, Gael 51 Reservoir Street 

Hersch, Debra 131 Pelham Street 

Hibbard, Cheryl 11 Riverview Avenue 

Higginbottom, Mark 121 Vermont Street 

Hills, Scott 34 Olive Street 

Hollins, Joseph 52 Railroad Street 

Holmes, Brenda Jean 138 Butternut Lane 

Hynes, Paula 7 Bungalow Avenue 

Jackson, Carol 31 Campus Road 

Jacques, Kevin 1 56 Edgewood Avenue 

Jalbert, Tracy 127 North Lowell St. 

Jenkins, Scott 585 Prospect Street 

Jennings, Jude 55 Harvard Avenue 

Jones, Cynthia 1 1 V2 Webb Street 

Jordan, James 64 Timber Lane 

Joseph, Keith 1 86 Tenney Street 

Keleher, Jane 27 Shirley Avenue 

Kelly, Patricia 7 Hadley Road 

Kenney, Kathleen 35 Hampstead Street 

Kenyon, Faith 41 Hampshire Street 

Kerman, Tracy 42 Tyler Street 

Kershaw, Audrey 87 Ames Street 

Khentigan, Lisa 165 Swan Street 



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Kolofoles, Kim 7 Tyler Street 

Lacroix, Peter 12 Noves Street 

Langlois, Shawn 31 Memorial Drive 

Laorenza, Ralph 22 Taft Avenue 

LaPointe, Michael 11 Westwood Street 

Lattinville, Thomas 945 Riverside Drive 

Latulippe, Debra 15 Tremont Street 

Leach, Ruth 131 Center Street 

Leahy, Richard 64 Gaston Street 

Leger, Catherine 91 Arnold Street 

Lever, Paul 13 Gill Avenue 

Lever, Pegi Anne 23 Monterey Drive 

Lima, Luis 2 Tech Circle 

Linehan, Jean Ann 42 Gage Street 

Lodge, Stephen 6 Daley Avenue 

Loffredo, Janice 58 Ayer Street 

Lopresti, Frances 44 Hampstead Street 

Lorenzo, Michael 2 West Bedford Street 

Luccisano, Anthony 300 Hampshire Road 

Lucier, Drena 98 Elm Street 

Lyons, Barry 14 Tower Street 

Lyons, Paul 592 Prospect Street 

Machera, Mark 163 Butternut Lane 

Mackor, Stacy 20 Roosevelt Avenue 

Madeira, John 1 Tower Street 

Mahoney, Brian 10 Bartlett Road 

Major, Carolyn 31 Grove Street 

Manning, Mary Beth 18 Falmouth Street 

Marcello, Katherine 49 Merriline Avenue 

Mansor, Sheila Marie 3 Birch Avenue 

Marchand, David 28 Hobson Street 

Marcinkevich, Sandra 80 Hampstead Street 

Marroncelli, Brenda 50 Calumet Road 

Marsden, Albert 21 Ridge Street 

Marsan, Janet 465 Lowell Street 

Martin, Susan 36 Jane Road 

Martineau, Phyllis 27 Sea Street 

Mason, Martin 1 80 Tyler Street 

Mastorakis, Christopher 51 Walton Avenue 

Mastrangelo, Lee Anne 56 Timber Lane 

Masucci, Anthony 94 Brown Street 

Masucci, Ronald 27 Brown Street 

May, Cynthia 65 Forest Street 

May, David 6 Magna Road 

Maynard, Lois 39 Alvin Street 

Mazotta, Francis 68 Pleasant View St. 

McAdam, Scott 16 Tobey Avenue 

McAndrew, Karen 58 Clayton Avenue 

McCarthy, Kathleen 2 East Capitol Street 

McCarthy, Robin 18 Ponderosa Avenue 

McCracken, Kevin 20 Quebec Street 

McCracken, Stephen 3 Memorial Drive 

McCracken, Susan 3 Memorial Drive 

McEneaney, Thomas 302 Howe Street 

McEvoy, Christopher 461 Broadway 

McKenna, Carole 61 Milk Street 

Menihane, Timothy 165 Phillips Street 

Messina, Stephen 291 Merrimack Street 



Michaud, Darlene 23 Dale Street 

Mickee, Paul 8 Northwood Drive 

Milone, Christine 200 Brookdale Avenue 

Misserville, Carolyn 446 Howe Street 

Moore, Douglas 8 Constance Avenue 

Moore, Penny 4 McKinley Avenue 

Morgan, Cheryl 24 Vincent Avenue 

Morrison, Nancy 44 Causeway Street 

Morrissey, Shawn 47 Laurel Avenue 

Morrison, Lisa 345 Hampshire Road 

Morse, Mary Beth 103 Butternut Lane 

Morse, Richard 12V2 Barker Street 

Moscuzza, Michael 10 Rambler Road 

Motta, Cynthia 16 Elaine Avenue 

Muise, John 28 Mary Lou Street 

Mullin, Robin 63 Somerset Street 

Mullin, Tracy 63 Somerset Street 

Mulligan, Joseph 85 Ames Street 

Murach, Barbara 61 Ashland Avenue 

Murad, Karen 40 Emsley Terrace 

Murray, Christopher 45 Sunset Avenue 

Mustapha, Beverly 6 White Avenue 

Nassar, Charles 29 Oaknoll Road 

Naylor, Deborah 49 Railroad Street 

Neel, Terrence 14 John Street 

Nicolosi, Constance 39 Merriline Street 

Nicolosi, Paul 2A Dewey Street 

Nightingale, Mark 10 West Street 

Nimmo, Richard 36 Baremeadow Street 

Noorigian, Michael 53 Railroad Street 

Novak, Judy 32 Westland Street 

Novello, David 1 89 Oak Street 

O'Donahue, Colleen 9 Richard Avenue 

O'Connor, John 24 Houston Avenue 

O'Connor, Jeanne 1 20 Camden Street 

O'Hara, Helen 625 Lowell Street 

Oldfield, Carol Ann 1 Independence Drive 

Paine, Stephen 8 Richardson Court 

Pajak, Allen 96 Weybossett Street 

Palmer, Cheryl 10 Granite Street 

Panto, Joseph 7 North Street 

Pappalardo, Lisa 387 Lowell Street 

Passerello, David 246 Howe Street 

Passler, Gretchen 7 Longview Terrace 

Papparlardo, David 39 Frye Road 

Pattavina, Anne Marie 26 Dustin Drive 

Pauta, Joseph 2 Hickory Lane 

Peglow, Richard 56 Myrtle Street 

Pelletier, Jeffrey 73 Elmwood Road 

Pelletier, Maureen 28 Marion Street 

Pepin, Richard 2 Edgar Street 

Peril lo, Bart 32 Delmont Street 

Perry, William 78 Woodburn Drive 

Petrelle, Sharon 14 Carleton Street 

Piazza, Alan 16 Annette Street 

Pickles, Joanne 7 Riverdale Street 

Picone, Pamela 565 Forest Street 

Pinet, Sylvia 2 Brentwood Road 



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Pitocchelli Sheila 22 Derry Road 

Pizzuto, Kathleen 1 42 Forest Street 

Poirier, George 4 Cloville Avenue 

Poole, Dwayne 36 Kenwood Road 

Poole, Marilyn Jean 232 Hampshire Raod 

Poublon, John 1 54 Oakland Avenue 

Poulin, Donna 1 79 Edgewood Avenue 

Prunier, Dawn Marie 9 Arnold Street 

Ra Kyong Rang 6 Pond street 

Rademacher, Henry 26 Milk Avenue 

Radulski, Keith 276 Forest Street 

Rainville, Carolyn 54 Arnold Street 

Ramsden, Darren 235 Hampshire Road 

Rastello, Tod William 36 Morrison Court 

Ratte, Mark 15 Emery Street 

Riccio, Susan 51 Kenwood Road 

Ricco, Daniel 9 Wallace Street 

Riley, Nancy 25 Morrison Court 

Riley, Kathleen 257 Forest Street 

Rimas, Sheila 56 Calumet Road 

Riopelle, Marie 46 Elm Street 

Roberge, Sharon 1 58 Maple Street 

Roberge, Patricia 19 Temple Drive 

Rochefort, Nancy 18 Glen Forest Lane 

Rodriguez, Maria 37 Case Street 

Roeger, Jeff 77 Arnold Street 

Rosinski, Donna 55 Emsley Terrace 

Saba, Glenn 23 Gaywood Circle 

Sanguedolce, Robert 1 02 East Street 

Sanville, Stephen 635 Prospect Street 

Savastano, Paul 32 Hobson Street 

Schelling, Brenda 38 Sandra Lane 

Schelling, Michael 5 Lupine Avenue 

Scruender, Paul 5 Field Avenue 

Sciacca, Michelle 130 Tenney Street 

Scott, James 17 Spruce Street 

Sciuto, Theresa 3 Jade Street 

Severance, Elaine 11 Callahan Street 

Shepard, Henry 6 Miller Street 

Sholik, Joseph 30 Sugar Hill Circle 

Simm, William 4 Craven Street 

Smith, Edward 118 West Street 

Smith, Michael 9 Monroe Avenue 

Smith, Linda 8 Temple Drive 

Smith, Susan 31 Albion Street 

Smith, Sherrie 17 Orchard Street 

Soucy, John 119 West Street 

Spada, Shelly 58 Lorenzo Circle 

Spence, Cynthia 211 Oakland Avenue 

Spinney, Linda 132 Oakland Avenue 

St. Laurent, Kevin 172 Pleasant Street 

Stanley, Jeanne 2 Grove Street 

Stansfield, Linda 25 Monroe Street 

Stevenson, Michael 63 Cochrane Circle 

Stevenson, Stephanie 61 Pelham Street 

Stott, Dianne 1 24 Pleasant Street 

Stravinskas, Joseph 15 Brown Street 

Stumpo, Linda 112 Howe Street 



Sullivan, Sheila 181 Tyler Street 

Sullivan, Robert 55 Campus Road 

Szostak, Nancy 40 Lawrence Street 

Talanian, Robert 40 Simone Street 

Targiff, Michael 229 Hampshire Road 

Tataronis, Gary 4V2 Ashland Avenue 

Theriault, Diane 8 Frederick Avenue 

Therriault, Richard 63 Calumet Road 

Thoma, Gretchen 15 Alexander Circle 

Timony, John 55 LoRenzo Circle 

Timony, Matthew 94 Vermont Street 

Tine, Daniel 32 Josephine Avenue 

Titone, Ralph 58 Haverhill Street 

Torla, Joanne 1 Franklin Avenue 

Torosian, Thomas 2 Auburn Street 

Towler, Susan 11 Blake Street 

Tremblay, Peter 27 Butternut Lane 

Tsakle, John 71 Plymouth Street 

Tucci, Jolene 6 Applewood Lane 

Vaiknoras, James 26 Almont Street 

Valliere, Paula 31 Perley Street 

Veit, David 97 Boston Street 

Veit, Katherine 10 Sandra Lane 

Victory, Mark 27 Emery Street 

Viens, Robert 17 Ford Street 

Wag land, Jody 77 Hazel Street 

Waites, Noreen 14 Oakcrest Cricle 

Waitkevich, Robert 31 Comet Road 

Waks, Karen 79 Lorenzo Circle 

Waitt, Alfred 125 North Lowell St. 

Walker, Raeanne 430 Pelham Street 

Walsh, John 124 Haverhill Street 

Walsh, Mzchael 19 Butternut Lane 

Walsh, Gary Alan 1 05 Ashland Avenue 

Wante, Karen 3 Newhill Road 

Warren, Michael 45 Kirk Street 

Ward, Sandy 85 Phillips Street 

Wareing, Glenn 19 Tenney Street 

Watson, Kim 23 Ponderosa Avenue 

Watts, Kim 191 Forest Street 

Weir, Helene Marie 207 Lowell Boulevard 

Welch, Kathleen 4 Duma Road 

White, John 73 Pinehurst Avenue 

Whittaker, John 26 Cherry Hill Circle 

Wilson, Lori 23 Endicott Circle 

Winn, Janice 6 Foreside Street 

Winning, Maureen 3 Westwood Street 

Witham, Anne 42 Temple Drive 

Wnek, Michael 204 Hampstead Street 

Wood, Marilyn 27 Kirk Street 

Wrobel, John 15 Temple Drive 

Wunderlich, Eric 11 Caswell Avenue 

Wyman, Linda 53 Ayers Village Road 

Yarid, Louis 517 Prospect Street 

Zacharias, Randy 5 Longview Terrace 

Zenevitch, Jay 27 Franklin Avenue 



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FRIENDS OF THE YEARBOOK 

PATRONS 



Mr. & Mrs. Emanuel Contarino 

Mrs. Patricia A. Mullln 

Good Luck from "The Bear" 

Mr. & Mrs. David Manning 

Bill's Superette 

Mr. & Mrs. Brearley 

Nitto Tile Showrooms 

Paul's Auto Parts 

Chapel Furniture & Realty 

John J. Buco Trucking Co. 

Heavenly Donuts 

Anton's Cleaners 

Gurka Brothers of Methuen 

Eastside Construction & Engineering 





Mr. & Mrs. Sam Carito & Family 

J. & R. 

Mr. & Mrs. Mitry Saba 

Mr. & Mrs. Anthony Baranowski 

Mr. & Mrs. Anthony W. Baranowski 

Thomas J. Jennings 

A. Melnicki 

Tim 

Elaine M. Crane 

Mr. & Mrs. Peter DiMaggio 

Duke's Men's & Boy's Shop 

Mrs. Marion A. Cramer 

Mr. & Mrs. John E. Severence 

Miss Eileen R. Hurley 






SPONSORS 



Mr. & Mrs. Eugene A. Daley 

The Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Lorenzo Family 

C. St. Pierre 

Paul C. Couco 

Ms. Ann Marie Fiorilla 

Mildred C. Kern 

Ms. Sharyn G. Durham 

Katherine E. Greene 

Mr. & Mrs. Steven Francis 

Miss Judith A. Cade 

Miss Karen Kattar 

Miss Joyce M. Contarino 

Donald N. Smith 

Mr. & Mrs. Mitchell P. Dirsa, Jr. 



Mr. & Mrs. William Hovanasian 

Miss Debra Martino 

Mr. Shamberger 

Mr. John Moore 

Brian R. Cyr 

Tammy, Tricia, & Tracey Borucki 

Mr. & Mrs. Wilcock & Ritchie 

Donna DiMaggio 

John W. Moore 

Mr. & Mrs. James Divine 

Mr. & Mrs. Wilfred R. Pelletier 

Robert & Marian Fradette 

Mr. & Mrs. John B. Devine 

Doreen A. Devine 




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75 Manchester St. 

Lawrence, Ma. 01841 



Best Wishes to the Class of '80 

Cherry & Webb 

Methuen Mall 



Run-Away Travel, Inc. 

265 Broadway, Methuen 
681-0850 



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In the Coming Years 






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62 Osgood Street 
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Formal Wear Rentals and Sales 

59 Merrimack St., Lawrence. 
688-0000 



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To the Graduating Class of 1980 
From 





RESTAURANT 



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Our best to you . . . every day of the week. 

At home or away at school keep in touch with your home 
town, the nation, and the world through the lively and 
informative pages of the Eagle-Tribune. Call or write 
to start delivery. 



Lawrence EagJeTHbunc 



(617) 685-1000, Box 100, Lawrence, MA 01842 



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Maiy's Lunch 
322 Merrimack Street Methuen, MA 01844 

Home-made Italian Foods our Specialty 
Sandwiches-Dinner Wines-Cold Beer 

TAKE OUT ORDERS 682-6299 








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NAZARIAN'S 



327 Essex St. 
Lawrence 
682-1892 




METHUEN COOPERATIVE BANK 



The People Bank! 



243 Broadway, Methuen, Massachusetts, 01844, 682-5271 



where Methuen people save 

savings accounts, N.O.W. accounts, term certificates 

paying the maximum interest rate allowed by law 
all deposits insured in full under Massachusetts law 



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DeLucca Fence 
Company, Inc. 



5 Old Ferry Road 
Methuen, Massachusetts 01844 

Joseph DeLucca, President 
Salvatore DeLucca, Treasurer 



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METHUEN MALL 

Open Mon.-Sat. 
10 a.m., 9:30 p.m. 




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WCCM — RADIO 8 



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The Harris Family 

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Congratulations to the Class of 1980 . . 



Arlington Trust Company 



Member F.D.I. C. 
Three Banking Offices Serving Methuen: 

Glen Forest Office, 190 Haverhill St. 

Route 28 Office, Broadway 

Methuen Mall Office, Pleasant Valley St. 



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Tel. 688-0800-687-9520 



PETE'S GULF SERVICE 



Specializing In Electronic Tuning 
Air Conditioning 

176 Pelham Street Methuen, Massachusetts 01844 

228 Haverhill St., Methuen 
686-9888 



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Methuen Branch 



19 Jackson St. 
686-5544 



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500 Broadway 
Lawrence, Ma. 01841 



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Like McDonald's can! 



McDONALD'S 



Pleasant Valley St., Methuen 






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PERFORMANCE 
RACING EQUIPMENT 



. . . speed equipment specialists 

all brands of speed equipment in stock 

H.P. machine shop service 

open Mon.-Fri. 9:00 am-9:00 pm 
Sat. 9:00 am-3.00 pm 

688-1290 
39 Haverhill Street, Methuen 



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686-2112 



OLYMPIC PIZZA & SUBS 



334 JACKSON STREET 
ROUTE 110 



LAWRENCE. MA 01841 



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At Lawrence Savings Bank 
Growing Is What A Savings Bank Is ¥bc 

20 Jackson Street — Methuen Mall 

148 Lowell Street, Methuen 

687-1131 



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Restaurant 

30 Woodland St., Methuen 
687-9193 



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Famous Pizza 

687-2333 
124 Lowell St., Methuen 

fast-fast service! 

18 varieties hot oven subs! 

open 7 days 1 1 a.m.-l 1 p.m.-Fri. & Sat.- 12 p.m. 



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Freddie's Package and Variety Stores 

Live and Kicking Maine Lobsters 

120 Lowell Street, Methuen 
682-4438 



Best Wishes to the Class of 1980 

Methuen Karate Association 

Larry F. Giordano — Chief Instructor 
70 Bonanno Ct. 
Methuen, Mass. 
683-4287 



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Savings Bank:681-7500 



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FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS 



89 ESSEX STREET 
LAWRENCE, MASS. 0T840 



685-5208 



Best Wishes 
Annaloro's Bakery Inc. 



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Italian Bread and Rolls 

87 Common St. 

687-1212 



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Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporatton 



Federal Reserve S/siem 



126 Merrimack St., 681-8255 
50 Haverhill St., 681-8240 



Heidi and Art's 
Pizza and Subs 

225 Merrimack St. 
Methuen 



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PAPPY'S ELECTRIC 

ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR 



387 LOWELL STREET 
METHUEN. MASS. 01844 



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Ray Himmer Alias "Pizza Ray" 
Historic Sweetheart Inn 




Restaurant Lounge 
80 Myrtle Street, Methuen, Ma. 01 844 • Tel. 682-701 2 




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D B A Methuen Dairy Queen 

Dairy 
Queen 

244-246 Broadway 

Methuen, Massachusetts 

(617) 687-9471 



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90 PLEASANT VALLEY ST. 

METHUEN, MASS. 01844 

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Tel. 686-3241 
687-9220 



JOY YOUNG 

Chinese Restaurant & Lounge 

Luncheon Specials 
Family Dinners 
Take Out Service 

169 Merrimack St. 

Rte. 110 (495 off exit 46) 

Methuen, Mass. 01844 



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Beauty Salon Barber Salon 

683-6693 688-5311 

free parking 



221 Broadway 



Methuen Rte. 28 



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Realtor 



245 Broadway, Rte. 28 

Methuen, Mass. 01844 

(617)685-8522 



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Authorized Michelin Dealer 
249 Merrimack St. (Rt. 110) 

Methuen 

688-8370 



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SPENCE SERVISTAR HARDWARE 

272 Lawrence St. 

Methuen, Mass. 

683-2824 



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'Your hometown weekly' 

Box 186 Methuen 
688-2708 



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WHITWORTH'S 

SPORTING GOODS, INC. 

487 ESSEX ST. 

LAWRENCE, MASS. 01840 



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"Hairsty ling From Our Family To Yours" 

Regular Hair Cuts • Layer Cuts 
Condition Treatments • Undetectable Hair Pieces 

127 Merrimac Street Telephone 

Pleasant Valley, Methuen, MA (617) 685-9723 



Best Wishes 
Class of 1980 



The J. Philip Gurka Family 

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Silver Sweet Candies 

522 Essex Street 

Lawrence, Mass. 

688-0474 



Quick Stop 

196 East St. 

Methuen 

Beer, Wine, and Groceries 



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Leahy's Pharmacy 

William A. Walsh, Reg. Ph. 

668 Haverhill St. 

Lawrence 

683-0476 



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To All Graduates 

Community Drug 

300 Broadway 

Methuen 

Melvin C. Weagle Jr. Bs. Ph 




6 Pine St. 
Methuen, Mass. 
(617) 682-0567 (Shop) 



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Portable Equipment 



H&H Engineering Co. 



Mechanical Design and Engineering 

Boiler Repairs and Installation 

— ASME and API Certified Welding — 

— Code PP — R Stamps — 

PHIL HELFRICH 
(603) 382-4780 



Home 



DICK HELFRICH 
(603) 382-8434 



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Garden Supplies — Paints — Electrical Supplies 
Cement — Mortar — Plumbing 



45 Hampshire Street 



Methuen, Mass. 01844 



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Continued Success — 



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Best Wishes to the Class of 1980 
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Fitzpatrick 



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PARRINO'S TOWING SERVICE 

24 HOUR SERVICE 

AUTO REPAIRS - AUTO BODY REPAIRS 

CAR RENTALS - USED CARS 



1 50 Merrimack Street 



Methuen, Massachusetts 



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Cars and Trucks 



Used Cars and Trucks 
All Makes and Models 



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(603) 898-9766 



ARNOLD NEWMAN 

Vice-President 



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Fram's Auto Co. 



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85A Swan Street 
Methuen. MA 01844 



AKIHUm. fBlCt CORP. 

5 OLD FERRY ROAD 
METHUEN, MASSACHUSETTS 



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617/683 3708 

OR 
617/688 2877 



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Joseph DeLucca, Treasurer 



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Studios 

Congratulations from your 
yearbook photographer 

We hope you will 
continue to think of us 



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Once, it was crepe paper 
streamers hung in the gym. 

Your class parties are splashier now. 
Have your reunion at the Sheraton. 
Enjoy Sheraton's glittering decor, and 
gourmet cuisine. Our professional 
banquet planners are ready to assist you. 

Give your reunion that touch of "class". 






Sheraton-Rolling Green Inn 
& Conference Center 

SHERATON HOTELS & INNS. WORLDWIDE 

1-93 AT LOWELL STREET 

ANDOVER. MASSACHUSETTS 01810 

617 475-5400 



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